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Mondays from 2-3 p.m., children are invited to explore STEAM at the Downtown Library. Each week will be devoted to science, technology, engineering, art or math! For children 7 – 12 years old. Sign-up required by the Thursday before. Give us a call at 232-3812 to ask about themes and activities, and to sign up.
Minecraft 101 for Everyone! Wonder what Minecraft is all about? Join Ms. Elizabeth for a brief introduction to the game! This will be great for parents, caregivers and anyone who has never played Minecraft but wants to know more about it. Saturday, September 10th @ 10 a.m. Minecraft Show and Tell 3rd – 8th graders […]
Ms. Jess and the crew have a lot of fun programs for children, tweens and families this summer! “Build a Better World” 3D Paper House Craft Put your craft skills to work! Build and decorate a 3D paper house of your very own. Supplies available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Friday, July 7 @ 10 […]
The St. Joseph Summer Reading Program begins May 30th! We have programs for all ages that last until July 29th. Do you love reading? Do you love prizes? Do you love your libraries? Join us for a summer of fun! Click on the buttons below to learn about each age group’s program and to see […]
Calling all teens ages 12 to 17! The East Hills library branch is looking for teen volunteers to help run the Summer Reading Program table. Click or tap Application to open a .pdf of the application to print and fill out, or stop by the East Hills library branch to pick one up at the circulation desk. […]
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We have great titles in sets of 15 for groups to read and discuss. This resource is available to all patrons, call the library for more information, or click here to find out more!