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Middle Country Public Library
For parents/ caregivers with children ages 24 - 35 months old. A play-based class focusing on literacy, music, fingerplay and simple stories, fille...
Baby, Pre-school & younger
Join for some open-ended art activities. For parents/caregivers with children 24-36 months.
New York Public Library Countee Cullen branch
Pre-school & younger, Young elementary, Tween
Board games of all types and all skill levels.
The Field Library
It's all fun and games at The Field Library! Team up with friends for an afternoon of board game fun!
Albert Wisner Public Library
Enjoy a variety of games! Play video games on the big screen, some retro games on tabletop consoles, board games, and card games.
New City Library
Teens 12 and older can watch a movie and play laser tag! Pizza and drinks available during the film. Pick up a waiver at the Adult Reference D...
Pearl River Library
Pick up a copy of The Magic Finger by Roald Dahl at the Children's Desk and read and discuss it with fellow 2nd and 3rd graders! To t...
Brentwood Public Library
Work as a team and try to recreate professional dessert items. Will you nail it or fail it? Prizes will be awarded to the champions. Ages 13-17. Si...
Emma S. Clark Memorial Library
Teens, bring a parent for a relaxing night learning to paint while you enjoy some light refreshments. Space is limited. Registration required....
Young elementary, Tween
For parents/caregivers with children in K - 5th grade. Stress affects all ages. Parents and children will spend time learning coping skills and mak...
Pre-school & younger, Young elementary
Parent and child will choose a food-related story from the library's collection, read the story together, and prepare a food that ties in ...
Join Miss Amy for a program that thoughtfully considers the developmental needs of children on the autism spectrum. Enjoy stories, music, mov...
Christine Ascanto-Acosta from New York Life Insurance Company will help you create a child ID to use in case of an emergency. No registration neces...
For parents/ caregivers with children ages 3 - 5 years old. Join Stony Brook University Department of Music, of the Staller Center, to listen and p...
For parents/caregivers and children ages 3 years old - Kindergarten. Listen to a delightful snow story and make a variety of snowy crafts. Registra...
Barnes & Noble - Park Slope
Baby, Pre-school & younger, Young elementary
More Curious Jane, a cool collection of projects to encourage young girls' participation in science and engineering, debuts at Barnes ...
Glen Cove Library
Join in for a delightful time of music and singing with the group the Karpenteers.
Join us in our makerspace as we create, program, code and more during this STEAM-based program! Each session we will learn and experiment with diff...
For families with children in K - 6th grade. Accomplished Acrobat Li Lui will showcase her amazing hand balancing, plate spinning and foot juggling...
Join us and learn how to finger knit a scarf using this technique that does not use needles – only your hands! Ages 13-17. Sign up Begins Dec...
Sign language is a great way to jumpstart communication for your little one! Babies who sign are able to communicate their wants and needs before t...
Celebrate Groundhog Day with stories, songs and a groundhog craft! Ages 3-5. Sign up begins December 15th, 2018
Syosset Public Library
Floss, do the Robot, or try your best Orange Justice as we make supply drops and drink slurp juice! Fortnite-inspired games, crafts and snacks. Reg...
Baby, Pre-school & younger, Adult
Talk with other parents and share parenting tips. A facilitator will guide you through various topics. Free play is available for children. Registr...
Westhampton Free Library
Learn to code with the Scratch program run through MIT. Registration required. One patron registration per library card.
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