Welcome to the Kellogg-Hubbard Library Kids' Page, where you'll find information about engaging and fun programs, informative and entertaining books, wonderful web resources, and much more! Call the Children's Department desk with any questions: 223-4665.
Children in the Civil Rights movement
Saturday, 2/18/2017 @10:30AM
Dr. King and the Children’s March of 1963- Explore the planning and implementation of the Children’s March of 1963 in Birmingham, AL. In between watching age appropriate excerpts from Mighty Times: The Children’s March, participants of all ages will explore Kingian Nonviolence (and more) through discussion and song.
Recommended for ages 5-10. Parents welcome. Pre-registration recommended.
Fairy tales & the RH factor
Saturday, 2/25/2017, 1-4PM
Why was Little Red Riding Hood sent to Granny’s house through the woods alone?
Join local expert Gretchen Stahl to learn about fairy tales.
This seminar is intended for anyone who is fascinated by fairy tale traditions, but the content is gear toward those 10 and up (adults included).
Please call or email the Children’s library to pre-register: