This is an all ages storytime with read-a-louds, music and dancing. Children can stay to color or bring home a coloring sheet for later. No registration
Come use our perler beads to make a fused creation to take home. No Registration required. For ages 5+. Drop in anytime from 3:30-5:00. Projects must be completed by 4:45 in order to be ironed and taken home the same day!
Join us Monday afternoons in our makerspace to make something you can take and use at home. All supplies provided. For Grades 3-8. Limited Space. Registration required separately for each week.
This is a rhyme-time and baby bonding time for children birth-1 and their caregivers. We will learn nursery rhymes, baby lapsit songs, baby movement and use things like puppets, scarves, and bubbles. No registration.
Children ages 0-2 are invited to join us for songs, rhymes and dancing. No registration.
Join us after school every Wednesday to make a small craft. For ages 3+. Registration required.
Join us for a fun and friendly SPELLING BEE. Kid's will be asked to spell 5 words. If you can do it. You win a prize. For ages 5+. Registration required.
This parenting workshop is presented by The Hangout Spot, LLC and is rooted in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis, defined as the science of learning and behavior, and facilitated by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst . Registration is requested, but drop-ins are welcome.
Less Emojis, More Emotions: Transitioning from Technology Time to Social Time:
Today’s children are growing up in a world that is inundated with technology, and unfortunately, excessive use of video games, social media, and other technology-related platforms can be detrimental to a child’s social development. This workshop first identifies the risks excessive use of technology can present to a child’s well-being and provides a forum in which participants can discuss the challenges they encounter when parenting in today’s technology-driven world. Then, parents receive evidence-based training on ten easy, highly effective strategies they can implement to successfully replace excessive technology-use with quality social time. Parents gain access to a free Parenting Guide download related to the workshop.
Learn and complete an AD with Louis D'Onofrio from Westport Weston Health District.
Ages birth-12 Egg Hunt inside the Library.
This is our 4th year doing our egg hunt. Age groups will be broken up into birth-4 in Community Room, 5-9 in Children's Room and 10+ in Cafe and YA Space. There will be a limit on how many eggs each child can find. You will get the information of how many eggs and which area you are searching in on the day of the event. NOTE: This event starts immediately when we open the doors of the library at NOON. If you are late, I cannot guarantee your child will have eggs left to find.
Registration is required by Friday April 3. Children should bring their own basket or bag to collect eggs. Eggs will be filled with candy and small prizes.
Title TBA. This discussion will be led by Kathy Failla.
This group is sponsored by the Weston Public Library and the Weston Senior Center.
Join Luke Robbins for a presentaiton on the power of specificity in praise, cirticism and goal-setting.
Society and It's Discontent by S. Freud. This group will be lead by Mark Albertson and will be held at the Weston Library.
The Non-Fiction Book Group is sponsored by the Friends of the Weston Library and Weston Senior Center.
Sponsored by the Weston Public Library, Weston Senior Center, and Weston Historical Society.
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