We have a few different types of programs - those that run regularly all year long, those that only run during the summer, and those that run over the course of the school year. For one-time programs, such as those we host during the Summer Reading Program or our author talks and adult craft programs, please check our events calendar or our Facebook page for more details.
YEAR-ROUND, WEDNESDAYS @ 10:30-11:30
Join us for our weekly storytimes where we sing songs, read books, and work on fun craft projects! On occasion we even have special guest readers who are sure to bring something new and exciting to the typical storytime.
YEAR-ROUND, LAST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH
Lego Club is back! Come join us for some fun with everyone's favorite building blocks. This program is for those kids aged 4 and up who love building and being creative. Each Lego Club session might be free build or may present a specific challenge for the kids to focus on. All Legos will be provided, so please do not bring any Legos from home as we don't want them to get accidentally mixed in!
NOV - APRIL
A new session of Coding Club is on the horizon! Starting in November, we'll be opening up our coding/robotics club to registration for kids 6-8. This is a small program, especially because we are hoping to join the Wonder League Robotics Competition this year with one or two teams. If we find that there is interest outside of the 6-8 age bracket, we may extend the club to include a non-competition team
SEPT - MAY, FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH @ 4:00-5:30
'Tween the Pages Book Club
'Tween the Pages is BACK! Enjoy reading, snacking, and book discussion with Miss Angie and other students in grades 7-8? If yes, we have the perfect group for you! Registration for this club is required but participants do NOT need a library card.
Copies of the books we read may be picked up at the Skowhegan Free Public Library Children's Desk, free of charge and for each student to keep!
APRIL - SEPT, THIRD TUESDAY OF THE MONTH
STEAM Lab is a chance for kids aged 5 and up (those under 12 need adult supervision) to experiment, learn, and create, with different projects to work on every month related to a different aspect of STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. All supplies are provided by the Skowhegan Free Public Library and each participant get to take home their projects at the end of the program.