Seekonk Public Library Programs for Children and Families
No-Sew Pet Blankets for Seekonk Animal Shelter
Starts Monday, February 7
Adults and families may sign up to take part in Seekonk Library's No-Sew Pet Blanket Project to make a fleece blanket for a pet that is adopted out through the Seekonk Animal Shelter. The blankets are no-sew and easy to make. Register in advance and then come to Seekonk Library starting February 7 and pick up a free, no-sew blanket kit*. The blankets will be made at home and be brought back to Seekonk Library by February 28. The Library will deliver the blankets to Seekonk Animal Shelter and they'll be given to pets as they get adopted into their "forever home". Join us for this great, all ages, community-wide project that supports the town's animal shelter. Registration required.
Valen-slime Take & Make!
Starts Tuesday, February 8
Will you be my "Valenslime"? A slimey floam take & make project for children in grades 1-5. We provide most materials needed to create your own Valentine's Day SLIME! Floam slime ingredients contain borax and sodium borate. Parental supervision is required. Register at www.seekonkpl.org
February Vacation Week Specials
Read to the Animals!
Tuesday, February 22, 1 - 4 PM
Families are invited to “Read to the Animals”, a special event to be held at the Seekonk Animal Shelter. Children will bring a book to read, or choose one from a basket of favorites, and read aloud to an animal for 20 minutes. Have your child experience the joy of reading to a very appreciative cat, dog, or perhaps even a bunny! Advance registration required starting February 8. Please register siblings during the same time slot. Program will be held at Seekonk Animal Shelter, 100 Peck St, Seekonk.
Silly Superheroes Cartooning Virtual Workshop
Wednesday, February 22 at 11 AM
Award winning cartoonist Rick Stromoski is back! This time, learn to draw silly superheroes that you make up yourself. So move over, Superman! Here comes characters like Balloon Boy, Mosquito Girl, Hot Dog Man, Giraffe Woman and Too Much Caffeine Man! What character will YOU create? Best suited for children ages 7+ (but younger children who really want to attend are invited to sign up, too ; )
Live via Zoom.
Minecraft Build Challenge- Virtual
Thursday, February 24 at 10 AM
Join Ms. Sandie (virtually) for a single session build challenge in Minecraft Education Edition! We'll meet via Zoom and join a Minecraft world together to complete a build challenge! Grades 2 - 5. Registration required to receive the Zoom link.
Seekonk Library storytimes focus on talking, singing, reading, writing and playing- important principles for your child’s reading readiness. Please bring your SAILS library card so your child can browse and select books to take home. Siblings are always welcome.
Storytime on the Go!
February 1 - 28
Create a storytime experience at home with Storytime On The Go packets. Each packet will include 6+ books and an age-appropriate early literacy activity. The activity will support one or more of the five early literacy practices: talking, singing, reading, writing and playing. Register at www.seekonkpl.org to reserve your child’s packet.
Toddler/Preschool Virtual Storytimes
Wednesday, February 2, 9 at 2 PM
Join Ms. Sandie for specially themed virtual storytimes. Siblings always welcome! Registration required to receive the Zoom link. February 2 will be groundhog stories; February 9 will be Valentine’s stories.
Children's Winter Reading Challenge 2022
“Read for a Better World”
January 1 - February 28, 2022
Seekonk Library’s Winter Reading Challenge continues for children birth through grade 5. Log your reading minutes, write reviews, and complete activities to earn virtual badges and raffle tickets towards fantastic prizes! Register at www.Seekonkpl.beanstack.com
Boston Bruins Annual PJ Drive
February 15 - March 30
Seekonk Library has teamed up with the Boston Bruins to participate in the Bruins’ annual pajama drive to benefit DCF Kids and Cradles to Crayons. Seekonk Library's goal is to collect 130 pairs of pajamas for children and teens in need between February 15 - March 30. The pj's will be distributed to children in Massachusetts who "don’t know the comforting feeling of putting on PJs before settling down to sleep." All donations of new pajamas are gratefully accepted but there is a particular need for pajamas for older children (sizes 6+) and teens. Donations may be left in the collection box in the Children's Room at Seekonk Library. The Boston Bruins thank everyone in advance for donating pajamas to their 15th Annual PJ Drive! The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) works with the Boston Bruins to coordinate library participation in the drive.
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