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Children's Summer Programs at the Northampton Free Library

Children's Summer Programs

 

Thinking already of summer?  What are the kids going to do?  We have a full slate of free, fun programs lined up.  Mark your calendars and JOIN US!!

The programs are geared to specific ages.  The ones for older kids will be in our meeting room where space is limited.  For those please call the library (414-0010) to sign your child up.  If the class fills we will have a waiting list for a possible second program.

Kindergarten/preschool

6 to 10 year olds

8 to 12 year olds

All ages

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Children's Summer Programs at the Main Library

July 2015

Creature Feature (July 6 11 am at Chincoteague Bay Field Station)

Snakes Alive (July 17 3-7 pm)

911 Program (July 21 1 pm)

Dog Nose Work (July 29 1:30)

Didgeridoo Down Under (July 31 7 pm at Nandua HIgh School Auditorium)

August 2015

Herd Night (August 5 Location TBD)

The Sea Shells (August 13 1 pm)

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The library will be closed May 23rd-25th for the Memorial Day Weekend.
 
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New Books at the Library, April 24, 2015

ADULT FICTION

Every 15 minutes, by Lisa Scottoline

The liar, by Nora Roberts

Emma, by Alexander McCall Smith

Miss Julia lays down the law, by Ann B. Ross

The sympathizer, by Viet Thanh Nguyen

The children's crusader, by Rachel Joyce

MYSTERY

Falling in love, by Donna Leon

The lady from Zagreb, by Philip Kerr

ADULT NONFICTION

Secret warriors: the spies, scientists and code breakers of World War I,  by Taylor Downing

Beyond: our future in space, by Chris Impey

The intimate bond: how animals shaped human history, by Brian Fagan

CHILDREN'S

The grasshopper and the ants, by Jerry Pinkney

Look!, by Jeff Mack

I don't like Koala, by Sean Ferrell

 

 

 



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