Read a story, explore and create with art and STEM activities! Bring your imagination and join us in the children's area. Ages three to eight.
Franklin Avenue Library
Join us for rhymes, bounces, a story, and a short playtime. For caregivers and babies from newborns up to eighteen months.
Learn a simple way of weaving in a circle with colorful yarn. This program is for children ages six to twelve and requires preregistration. Younger siblings may attend if accompanied by an adult.
Are you looking for a great place to volunteer? Become a volunteen and help out with library projects and programs. Teens ages twelve to eighteen can pick up a teen volunteer application at the Franklin Library. Applications must be turned in and approved before attending this program.
We will discuss The Almost Sisters by Joshilyn Jackson. Copies of the book will be available at the Information Desk while supplies last.
The whole family can come to the library for stories, rhymes and songs.
The LEGO bricks will be available in the Children's Area, so bring your imagination and get ready to build.
Aidan Quinn and Elizabeth Perkins star in writer-director Barry Levinson's story of a Polish-Jewish family that comes to the United States at the turn of the Twentieth Century, showing how they change America and how the country changes them. Rated PG.
We will discuss News of the World by Paulette Jiles. Copies of the book will be available at the Information Desk while supplies last.
Children ages three to five can come and enjoy stories, rhymes, songs, and more, followed by a craft.