You are invited to attend a Daycare and Preschool Appreciation event. Drop in any time during these hours and enjoy crafts, and kid friendly refreshments. A free book for each daycare/preschool aged child. There will be a special storytime at 6 pm. Parents can sign up for a new library card. Bring a photo ID with a current address. If the ID does not have a current address, bring a piece of mail with the correct address.
Do you like to write poetry or do you have favorite poems you like to read? Then Junior Jam is for you!
Bring your family and friends and get to read in the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum main Art Gallery! Arrive between 6:00—6:20 p.m. to enjoy pizza and cookies. Poetry readings begin at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum Gallery.
Elementary and Middle School students who would like to be on the program, please contact Adele West-Fisher, Youth Services Librarian, at email@example.com.
There will be an open mic time at the end of the program for students that get inspired at the Jam!
Students who have read 5 or more Dorothy’s List Award books are invited to attend the Ice Cream Celebration! One topping per each book read! Sign up with Youth Services to attend; email Adele West-Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org
During the months of April and May the Athenaeum will be offering a Storytime featuring the Red Clover Award books, along with other favorites. The activity will consist of a story, themed craft, and a snack.
Sign up is preferred, but not required.
Come listen to some of your favorite Dr. Seuss stories read by members of the Teen Advisory Board in the Gallery and enjoy Dr. Seuss themed crafts in the Children's Library. Kid friendly snacks provided. Drop in anytime between 5:00 & 7:00 PM. Stories and crafts will run continuously.
Come celebrate with us! Make your sweetie and friends something or just something for yourself. An assortment of crafting supplies will be available to let your creativity flow. Iris folding, card making, and paper art, the list goes on and on. See you on Valentine's Day!
Ewa Seiler is back to share a Polish Folktale about Pan Twardowski. She will discuss history and customs as it related to the world during the 14th century. A related craft and refreshments will follow the presentation.