Put on your creative construction caps and visit the East Side Library’s Meeting Room to build and explore with our Imagination Playground blocks, Legos, ramps and more! Builders of all ages welcome!
East Side Library
Come and enjoy stories, rhymes, songs and crafts in English and Spanish. Venga y disfrute cuentos, rimas, canciones, y manualidades en inglés y español.
Come to our monthly Pokémon Club! Bring your Pokémon playing cards and Nintendo DS to battle other Pokémon fans.
“Mother Goose on the Loose”, is a 30-minute nursery rhyme program for newborns to three-year-olds. The class helps to strengthen babies' and toddler's foundation for literacy with rhymes, rhythm, repetition, story, and movement. Following the program we will have open play available.
Join us at the East Side Library for open play and more! Meet families with other young children, check out our awesome picture books, and engage in the five simple steps to success - Read, Write, Sing, Play, and Talk! We will have a variety of toys and more that promote learning for little ones.
Drop in anytime during the day for dinosaur crafts, games, activities and more!
Do you remember the excitement of receiving a beautifully addressed letter in the mailbox? Take an hour away from email and texting to join us for an evening of old-fashioned letter and card writing. All the supplies you'll need to create a beautiful piece of correspondence will be available, including the stamps to mail them (two per attendee). We'll have some hot apple cider to sip as well. Supplies are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays and movement that build literacy skills for ages three to six years old.
Celebrate Dinovember and make a simple home for your dinosaur using our materials. Jars, plants, dirt, and rocks will be provided while supplies last.
It's time to break it and make it! Do you wonder how things are made? Join us for a monthly deconstruction lab where we take apart common objects, see what parts they contain, and create something new from the pieces. Take your work of art home when you are done, or leave it behind for the next breaker-maker lab!