Students going into 3rd grade and up, teens, and adults are invited to sign up for the following summer programs:
July 13 at 6:30 Origami with Michael LaFosse
July 20 at 6:30 Search and Rescue Dog presented by Lietenant Lee Prentiss
July 27 at 6:30 Walk Along Glider
August 3 at 6:30 Super Hero Training Camp
August 10 at 6:30 Bee Keeping
Call the library at 978-352-5728 to sign up.
Our Summer Reading Programs for kids and teens are starting very soon!
Every Hero Has A Story is the theme for the Children’s Summer Reading Program. Sign ups for Georgetown kids start on Monday, June 15. Check out the summer program schedule for kids here for all the fun events going on at the library over the summer!
Unmask! is the theme for the Teens Summer Reading Program. Sign ups for Georgetown teens start on Monday, June 22. Check out the summer program schedule for teens here for all the awesome events going on at the library!
If you have any questions regarding the summer reading programs, please give the library a call at 978-352-5728 or come in.
Tuesday, May 24 from 10:30 – 11:30. No registration required. Explore spring through hands on learning centers. The program will be run by Laura Franzone from the Haverhill Family and Community Connection. Recommended for children 7 years and younger.
He will be at the library on Wednesdays, April 13 and April 20 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM.
Students in grades K through 3rd or anyone needing practice with their reading are invited to read to Wolfgang.
Call the library to sign up for a 15 minute time slot. There are still a few available!
Eric Clemenzi, owner of Clemenzi Music in the center of Georgetown, will be performing his Children’s Music Program on Friday, March 25th at 10:30am.
Kids from zero to seven will enjoy thirty-minutes of classic children’s music including “Mr Sun”, “BINGO”, “The Hokey Pokey”, and many more. Come ready to sing and dance!
Come and see Inside Out (PG) on Tuesday, February 16 at 1:00. Feel free to bring a snack and a pillow.
March 8 @ 10:00-11:00
Children 6 and under are invited to explore the world of planets through hands on learning centers.
The program will be run by Laura Franzone from the Haverhill Family and Community Connection.
iRobot, based in Bedford, MA designs and builds robots. Join us for a presentation on tonight, August 6th at 6:30 pm, on robots: how they’re built, what they do, and who is responsible for their creation! Have questions? Ask the engineer! Will there be robots? There’s one way to find out! All ages are welcome!
There is still room in the Origami program with Michael Lafosse tonight, Monday July 13 at 6:30pm. This program is for students going into 3rd grade and up, teens, and adults.
Call the library (978-352-5728) to reserve a spot.
Love hula hooping?? Katie from Pinto Bella Hoops will be at the library on Wed., April 23 at 3 pm to give a teaching demonstration on how to hula hoop! Everyone will play with the different types and sizes of hoops where Katie will either teach basic hooping or give challenges and tricks to more experienced hoopers.
Everyone will then get together for a couple group games that teach teamwork and creativity with the hoop and then the program will end with a surprise! Don’t miss out!
PLEASE NOTE: This program is for those in grades 4 and up. The presentation itself is best for mid elementary school through high school.
Thank you to the Friends for sponsoring this program!