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Here are a few of the fun programs coming to the Newark Library in September:
Fridays 10-10:20 am. Toddler Time (for a parent and their child, 18-35 months of age). We read stories, work on basic concepts and have lots of fun! This is a four-week class and you must register in advance for this class. To register, please call the Newark Library at (510) 795-2627. Registration began Tuesday, August 18th.
Fridays 10:20-11 am. Stay and Play: an activity for those in Toddler Time. We will have toys for your toddler(s) to play with and an opportunity for parents to talk amongst themselves, meet other parents and relax.
Fridays, 11:30 -12 pm. Preschool Storytime. Moved back half an hour this year, preschool storytime is for children ages 3-5. We read stories, learn fingerplays, listen to music and dance and sometimes do a craft.
September 11th, 2-4 pm. Friday Gaming for teens. Join us for video games and snacks and welcome the weekend.
September 15th, 3:30-5:30 pm. Homework Express begins today. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 pm in the Meeting Room. Teen volunteers are available to help children in grades K-12 with their homework. *Please note, this is not a one-on-one tutoring service.
September 18th, 12-12:30 pm. Toddler Art. A fun art programming that focuses on introducing basic art to toddlers. This class is designed for children ages 2-4.
September 19th, 12:30-1:30. Decorate a boomerang or frisbee with Miss Christie. No registration necessary.
September 22nd, 5:30-6:30 pm. String Art. This program is for children ages 7 and up. We will be making beautiful string art patterns that you can take home to display.
September 25th, 2-4 pm. Teen Gaming at the library. Teens are invited to play video games and have some snacks.
September 26th, 2-3 pm. Fall Craft. We will be decorating fall leaves to display at home as well as another project. Children must be accompanied by an adult as they often need assistance with the crafts.
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