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Date/Time Program
04/06/2020
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Have Fun with the Lego Club!
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Lego lovers of all ages are invited to come to the Library’s Lego Club. You’ll get to use your imagination to build unique Lego models to be displayed at the library! The library has plenty of Legos, but donations will always be happily accepted. Registration is encouraged but walk-ins are allowed. Please call the Library at (914) 738-1234.

04/06/2020
6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Knit Happens: At the Library
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Love to knit? Want to learn? Gather your needles and yarn and join us every Monday night for an informal adult needlework group from 6:30 – 8:45 p.m. Knitters of all abilities are welcome, but beginners planning to attend should call Librarian Augusta Turner at (914) 738-1234 beforehand to confirm an instructor will be available that night.

04/07/2020
10:15 am - 10:45 am
Story Time for Pre-Schoolers
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Take the little one in your life to the Library’s Story Time for  pre-schoolers. Caregivers must be in attendance and are welcome to participate with the children they accompany — that makes it a pleasurable experience for all!

Story Time begins at 10:15 a.m. Make sure to get there early! Because of this program’s popularity, first come, first served.

04/07/2020
10:45 am - 11:00 am
Baby Story Time
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

This edition of Story Time is for babies up to two years. Programs like this are an essential part of a child’s early literacy. Parents/caregivers must participate in Baby Story Time, preferably with the child on his or her lap. No talking or phones.

(Image by lisa runnels @ Pixabay)

04/08/2020
10:15 am - 10:45 am
Story Time for Pre-Schoolers
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Take the little one in your life to the Library’s Story Time for pre-schoolers, which is every Tuesday and Wednesday. Caregivers must be in attendance and are welcome to participate with the children they accompany — that makes it a pleasurable experience for all!

Because of this program’s popularity, get there early. First come, first served.

04/13/2020
6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Knit Happens: At the Library
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Love to knit? Want to learn? Gather your needles and yarn and join us every Monday night for an informal adult needlework group from 6:30 – 8:45 p.m. Knitters of all abilities are welcome, but beginners planning to attend should call Librarian Augusta Turner at (914) 738-1234 beforehand to confirm an instructor will be available that night.

04/14/2020
10:15 am - 10:45 am
Story Time for Pre-Schoolers
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Take the little one in your life to the Library’s Story Time for  pre-schoolers. Caregivers must be in attendance and are welcome to participate with the children they accompany — that makes it a pleasurable experience for all!

Story Time begins at 10:15 a.m. Make sure to get there early! Because of this program’s popularity, first come, first served.

04/14/2020
10:45 am - 11:00 am
Baby Story Time
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

This edition of Story Time is for babies up to two years. Programs like this are an essential part of a child’s early literacy. Parents/caregivers must participate in Baby Story Time, preferably with the child on his or her lap. No talking or phones.

(Image by lisa runnels @ Pixabay)

04/15/2020
10:15 am - 10:45 am
Story Time for Pre-Schoolers
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Take the little one in your life to the Library’s Story Time for pre-schoolers, which is every Tuesday and Wednesday. Caregivers must be in attendance and are welcome to participate with the children they accompany — that makes it a pleasurable experience for all!

Because of this program’s popularity, get there early. First come, first served.

04/20/2020
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Homework Help for Grades K-5
Town of Pelham Public Library, Pelham NY

Drop in for help on homework for elementary school students. Helpers are volunteer high school students. First come, first served.

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