Music, stories and craft for ages 3 and under
Story Hour is an early literacy program for ages 3 yrs. old & up. No sign-up necessary. Just drop in to enjoy listening to stories and making a craft.
Do you like to write? Join the poetry and writing group. We will support each other in our writing goals. Bring a sample of your work to share.
For teens and adults. We meet twice a month alternating Tuesday and Wednesdays.
Drop in to play Mahjongg with others who love the game!
CFCE (Collaboration of Family and Community Enrichment) Playgroup for Ages 4 & younger, including infants.
Play time in an enriched environment, please drop in and join the fun!
JOIN US AT THE FLINT FOR MANDALA YOGA FOR CHILDREN
10:30: Ages 1 through 4
Zoey is a great listener who loves to have children of all ages to read to her and improve their reading skills! Call the Children's Department at 978-774-8132 to sign up for a 15 minute session
Calling all Ukulele Players! Come join the Ukulele Jam. Listeners are also welcome. Enjoy the energy and fun of Ukulele strumming.
Join us for a visit with Clifford!
Old Time Jam
at the Flint Public Library
2 - 4 pm
Bring your folk instruments and join the jam!
All ages and ability levels welcome as well as those who would just enjoy listening.
FMI and sheet music for 50 starter tunes go to:
The meeting of the Board of Trustees is an open meeting and members of the public are welcome to attend. The Trustees are elected officials who serve a three year term. The Trustees review and update Library Policies. They also engage in an ongoing planning process to ensure the library is meeting the needs of the community. In addition, the trustees hire the Library Director.
Join Stephanie Smith for our new Non-fiction Book Club for Adults.
Read your favorite Non-fiction book and come to discuss and share with other like-minded readers.
The Friends of the Flint Public Library in Middleton, MA is the 501C3 not-for-profit organization that promotes the programs & activities of the Flint Public Library and its visibility in the community. We provide financial support through donations and volunteer support to meet the needs of the library and its patrons beyond the Flint Public Library’s budget. We meet monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at 7pm at the Flint Public Library. All are Welcome! Please join us!
The Socrates Cafe is a discussion group for those who like to ponder the deep issues of life and who enjoy a thought-provoking conversation.
All are welcome. Currently we are discussing fundamental ideas about American Ideology and current events.
Please join us!
"Awaken your inner child by creating a Fairy Garden that will
lift your spirits all year round. Choose from a selection of natural supplies to create your own keepsake fairy garden. All you need is a sunny window at home and your imagination....."
Discover our incredible sense of sight. Have fun as we build our very own eye ball to keep! Explore the properties of vision and perception. Learn about near sighted, far sighted, and astigmatism. See it all for yourself!
AGES: 6 & UP
SIGN UP BEGINS FEBRUARY 8TH
Kids listen to "If You Give a Pig Pancake"
and design their own pancake animal!
Using their plates as the canvas, they will position their pancakes adorned with whipped cream, fruit slices and other bits and bobs to make a delicious creation!
SIGN-UP BEGINS: FEBRUARY 9th
Kids will stuff and cook their own quesadilla,
and make a small 7-layer dip to go along with their dish!
SIGN-UP BEGINS ON FEBRUARY 9th
Kids will create their own trifle in a mason jar by using cakes, brownies, crushed cookies, fruit, pudding and whipped cream. They will also design and apply their own label on the jar!
SIGN-UP BEGINS APRIL 6th