Childrens Programs

  • Friday, October 31st

    ALL DAY Trick-or-Treating, upstairs and downstairs at the library! AND

    Franken Creepy2 pm Kids' Movie:

    Scooby-Doo! Franken Creepy

    Not Rated (74 mins.)

    Velma discovers she's inherited her great-great-uncle's cursed castle in Transylvania, Pennsylvania! This Scooby-Doo adventure has enough spooky fun to make the whole family come alive!

     

     

     

    Stick around after the movie for a Halloween craft with Miss Liz and then head over to the Tuck Building for the Hampton Rec. Halloween Carnival, put on by the Hampton Parks and Rec. Department from 3-5 pm! Click here for more information.

    Pumpkin

  • Party PicCONGRATULATIONS to all the youngsters who joined this year’s summer reading program.  We had 414 kids sign up!!!  What amazing readers you are!  Yay you! Also, all the grown ups who participated deserve a big hand for the reading aloud they did, for all the tickets they filled out, and for all they do to support Lane's Children's Room in the summer and throughout the year. 

    We couldn’t do such an ambitious program without the strong support and collaboration with the local schools, their staff and administration. It is an honor and joy to work with such wonderful educators. 

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  • Youth Book Discussion GroupJoin us for our Youth Book Discussion, on a new date and time.  It's a free-form book discussion, where participants bring the book they're reading now, or just finished, and we all get a chance to share.  It's a great way to get kids taking about books!

    Who: Young Folks, ages 8-18
    What: Youth Book Discussion Group
    When: Alternate Tuesdays, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
    Where: Lane Memorial Library, Wheaton J. Lane Room (downstairs)

    Questions? Ask Kirsten: kcorbett@lanememoriallibrary.org or 926-3368.

  • On Wednesday, June 12th at 10 a.m, Miss Paulina will conduct a drop-in story time for children ages 15 months to 4 years old. Representatives from the Richie McFarland Children's Center will be on hand before and after to talk with you about your child's development and to share the range of services they offer for youngsters. RMCC provides pediatric therapy programs, including speech, visual tracking, fine and gross motor skills, and social and communication skills.

    This is a great opportunity to speak with them about concerns specific to your little one—or just to gain valuable information about childhood benchmarks and progress in general.

    No sign ups are necessary. We hope to see you there!