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Kids Evening & Weekend Programs – Great for Working Parents

Two kids with mice craft from Fact and Fiction Story Time
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Working parent? Can’t make it to the library during the day? We have all of these late afternoon, evening and weekend programs for kids this Spring:


Huggable Emoji Pillows (grades 2 – 6)
Friday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. (register here starting 5/4).

Parents for Megan’s Law Classes
Saturday, May 19
You’re In Charge, 10:00 a.m. (ages Pre-K – grade 3; register here starting 5/5); When Should You Tell?, 11:00 a.m. (grades 4 – 6; register here starting 5/5)

EVERY WEEK: B.A.R.K. (Books Are Read to K-9s for all skill levels)
Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. (Ongoing. Call 631.941.4080 to reserve a date and time slot)


Past programs:

Letters to Our Troops Volunteer Opportunity (5th & 6th grade)

Have Fun While Learning Sign Language (Ages 4 years – 2nd grade)

Crafternoon (open to all kids)

Matt the Music Man (Family show for those who completed Winter Reading Club)

Toddler Tango (ages 18 months – 4 years with parent/caregiver)

Power of Food (Families with children ages 6 – 12)

Go Green, Build It  (ages 7 – 12 years)

Dog Toys Volunteer Opportunity (5th & 6th grade)

Book Discussion & Tour at The Long Island Museum (grades 4 – 6)

Star Wars Carnival (ages 5 years – 6th grade)

Pet Adoption Fair (for the whole family on the library lawn)

Facts & Fiction Story Time (ages 4 – 7 years)

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea (ages 3.5 and up)


Questions?  Email kids@emmaclark.org