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!
Join us for stories, songs, and silliness at Storytime every Tuesday and Friday mornings at 10:30 AM. (Except first Tuesdays, see below.)
Ages birth to five welcome.
Here are some extra-special events!
Spanish Musical Storytime (Tuesday, May 6th at 11:15 AM)
“Rave reviews” does not begin to describe our time singing, dancing, and learning Spanish with this burst of lovely, effervescent energy.
Ages birth to 5 welcome.
African Drumming Storytime (Tuesday, May 13th at 10:30 AM)
SO happy! Welcoming Chimie Bangoura of “afrikakokoba” for some brilliant beats to get us moving. Story and sound flow together.
Yoga Storytime (Friday, May 16th at 10:30 AM)
Our buddy Chrissy from Studio Zenith returns to lead mini yogis and their grownups in playful poses inspired by story and song.
Sprouting Spring (Friday, May 30th at 10:30 AM)
Stories to celebrate the green world and something for YOUR garden or windowsill!
PLUS: Read to Coco (Wednesday afterschool)
Read to Arlo (Thursday afterschool)
Origami Club (Thursday afterschool)
Join in our National Screen Free Week Celebration!
Lots of activity planned for the week of May 5th.
Hang out afterschool and enjoy live music in our courtyard while you soak in the sun (we hope).
Magic the Gathering!
(Monday, May 5th from 3:30-4:30/5:00, must sign up ahead)
With collaboration from the Book Garden.
Players, you know who you are…
Sushi Snackfest with NECI Chefs
(Tuesday, May 6th from 3:30-4:30, sign up ahead, ages six and up)
Make your own veggie sushi, hear a Japanese folktale, fold some origami.
Qi Gong with Edward Kentish
(Wednesday, May 7th from 3:30-4:00, sign up ahead, ages six and up, parents very welcome!)
Chill out and increase your peace!
Learn an ancient Chinese moving meditation.
Making Felted Wallets with JoAnn Darling
from Garden of Seven Gables
(Thursday, May 8th from 3:30-4:30, sign up ahead, ages six and up)
Making Magical Teas with herbalist Linden deVoil
(Friday, May 9th from 3:30-4:30, ages 4 and up)
Blending colors and flavors for a yummy cuppa!
And by request an event for parents, grandparents, family
Raising Children in the Digital Age
(Tuesday, May 6 from 6:30-8:00PM)
Are your son’s eyes glued to a tiny screen while you are serving breakfast? Daughter perpetually texting the gang during your bedtime check-in? Get practical tips for digital boundaries and see a holistic landscape of the challenges and opportunities in our virtual world.
Author and Champlain College professor Dr. Elaine Young will be selling copies of her book Tuned-In Family: How to Cope, Communicate, and Connect and in a Digital World.
We will also be joined by journalist, historian, media studies professor, and founding president of ACME (Action Coalition for Media Education) Rob Williams.