Event Category: Events for Children

Cuddle in with the kiddos and tune in to one of our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn) for a link to a story recorded by HTPL staff or a member of our community. Are you interested in recording a story? Contact jdries@htlibrary.org to get started!

Our favorite therapy dog, Bailey, is back, and she can’t wait to hear some stories! We are excited to able to offer our Tales with Tails program with a set-up that includes appropriate social distancing. To sign your child up for a 15-minute session to read to Bailey, please call 586-329-1261 or stop by the […]

Calling all young scientists! Let’s celebrate Earth Day by completing hands-on STEM activities that help us reduce, reuse, and recycle. Supplies needed: Newspaper Miscellaneous recycled materials like shoe boxes, plastic containers, egg cartons Glue, scissors, crayons or markers Small flower seeds (wildflower, zinnia, or any other small seed) Cheerios or any cereal with a hole […]

Cuddle in with the kiddos and tune in to one of our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn) for a link to a story recorded by HTPL staff or a member of our community. Are you interested in recording a story? Contact jdries@htlibrary.org to get started!

Blip is a quirky alien who has come to earth with his friend Zari to learn about art. Grab some paper, a pencil, and an eraser for a quick drawing lesson from him! Catch the video premieres on Facebook or watch them afterward on the HTPL YouTube channel. HTPL Episode #1: Draw a Moose. Saturday, […]

Cuddle in with the kiddos and tune in to one of our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn) for a link to a story recorded by HTPL staff or a member of our community. Are you interested in recording a story? Contact jdries@htlibrary.org to get started!

Cuddle in with the kiddos and tune in to one of our social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn) for a link to a story recorded by HTPL staff or a member of our community. Are you interested in recording a story? Contact jdries@htlibrary.org to get started!