Thanksgiving Science

The East Hills Library is offering a hands-on science program full of fun! Learn how to make your own butter and take it home for Thanksgiving dinner.  Then explore physics by racing pumpkins. K – 8th Graders Wednesday, November 21 @ 2 p.m.  Sign-up required by November 15th.  Call 236-2136 today!

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Downtown Library Winterfest!

Saturday, December 1 from 10 a.m. – Noon Join us for a one-of-a-kind event at the Downtown Library the first Saturday in December.  Families are invited to enjoy stories with Mr. Will, a cool show about winter animals from Remington Nature Center and hot chocolate in the lobby.  Children 6 and under will receive a […]

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Pre-K Play

Children aged 3 -6 and their caregivers are invited to learn and play together with the early literacy toy collection.  In addition, we will sing songs and fingerplays featuring rhythm instruments, ribbon wands, scarves and shakers.  Each family in attendance receives a free book to add to their home library.  this program is supported by […]

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East Hills Picture Book Read-In

In celebration of Picture Book Month, we will be reading our most loved storytime books and sharing tips for reading with young children.  You’ll also learn some fun facts about a few of our favorite children’s book authors and illustrators through interactive play stations.  The Picture Book Read-In is a drop-in program intended for parents […]

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Escape Room

Back by popular demand, we are hosting three full days of our wizarding-themed Escape Room!  Do you have what it takes to save Hogwarts from impending doom?  Teams of 4-6 participants will have 30 minutes to work together, decipher clues, and (hopefully) escape Madame Pince’s office in time to stop the menacing forces of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.  […]

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East Hills Library

We’ll sing and strum along to music with chords and lyrics displayed on the movie screen in the theater.  Feel free to bring any sheet or self-written music to share with the group.  While beginners are welcome, this class is intended for uke players with a basic understanding of chords and strumming. It’s a fun […]

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