Kids' Events Highlights
The Lincoln Public Library will be hosting a four week knitting series for girls, ages 8+. The first session will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at 4:00 PM. Call 401-333-2422 extension 14 to register, or stop by the children’s desk at the library.
Participants are welcome to bring their own needles and yarn if preferred.
Please help the Lincoln Public Library start Lego and Duplo Clubs for kids! We are looking for donations of new and gently used Legos and Duplos to get us started.! Please consider making this tax deductible donation.
Call the Children’s Department with any questions: (401)-333-2422, ext. 14.
The Lincoln Public Library is now subscribing to the TumbleBookLibrary, an online collection of animated, talking picture books. Check them out!
Survey for Children's Programming
We want to hear from our patrons. What kind of children's programming would you like to see at the Lincoln Public Library? Let us know by taking a very brief survey. Thanks!
Time to Dig in the Dirt!
It's time to get outside and start gardening. Parents, check out the following sites for great information about gardening with children.
My First Garden
The Kids Garden
Rhode Island Children's Book Award
Did you get a chance to read the 2013 Rhode Island Chilren's Book Award winner, Sidekicks by Dan Santat? If not, it's worth a look. Check out the nominations for 2014!
Did you know that the Children's Room has a blog called Bits & Barks from Bow Wow? Check it out!
Not a Junior Friend yet? It’s never too late join. Applications are available in the Children’s Room and membership for children ages 12 and younger is just $1.00. Membership includes a Junior Friends button, free refreshments at all meetings and events, and the knowledge that you’re helping the Library. The Junior Friends are an amazing group of young people who work together to fundraise, maintain the Children’s Room Garden, and complete projects that benefit the Library. Become a Junior Friend today!
Junior Library Friends Brochure
A Complete listing of all Events...
Check out our Library Photo Gallery for pictures from our programs.
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