On Thursday, January 7, 2021, at 7 pm, the Hudson Library will host a live virtual streaming event for all ages with every kid’s favorite science educator, Bill Nye! Nye will discuss his latest book, Bill Nye’s Great Big World of Science: an everything-you-need-to-know-about-science book that features a full range of subjects, from chemistry to … Continue reading Our Virtual Bill Nye Program This Week!
Join your favorite children’s librarians on Zoom each week for “Storytime for Everyone,” with stories, songs, and a bunch of fun! Storytimes will be at 10:30 a.m. on Monday through Thursday from January 11 to March 18. Select which day of the week you would like to attend; registration is required once for the entire … Continue reading Winter Storytime Sign-ups
Whenever you are feeling stuck at home, whether it’s because the library is closed or because of weather, it can be hard to come up with new things to do with the kids. However, we’re here to help, with our virtual storybook bundles: a list of online books plus a craft that you can do … Continue reading Online Storybook Bundles: Snow
Our new Storybook Bundles are now available upon request at our drive-through window. No reservations needed! Each bundle includes a few books with a related craft. The books and craft in the bundle are geared toward ages 2-5. If you have multiple children in your family, you may ask for additional crafts. Storybook Bundles are … Continue reading Storybook Bundles Now Available!
In response to an increase in home learning this Fall, our children’s department has added many new, engaging books all about math. Below is a list of some of our favorite math books, which represent just a fraction (pun intended!) of our expanding collection of math-related resources especially for children in preschool through elementary school. … Continue reading Math Resources Are Here!
Check out our brand-new education resources website for students, teachers, and parents here! This new online resource has loads of helpful websites and information, divided into age groups for birth-Pre-K, grades K-5, and middle & high school. Links include a variety of academic subjects, educational resources, literacy information, and learning-based game sites. Also on this … Continue reading Our New Education Resources Site!
This year’s annual Haunted Gingerbread Houses program took place virtually, with families creating their own masterpieces, and then joining a Zoom program to show off their spooky — and not-too-spooky — creations! Each family was given an empty creamer container, and, unlike past years, had to supply all of the other materials and decorations on … Continue reading Haunted Gingerbread Houses
It’s that time of year again … time for costumes, candy, and spooky fun! This year, we are hosting a virtual Halloween Parade this Friday, October 30, at 11 a.m. Join us on Zoom for some Halloween fun and to share your costumes with our children’s librarians! Pets are welcome, too! We have program bags … Continue reading Virtual Halloween Parade
Entrepreneurs in grades 6 to 12 will present their best ideas for a chance at expert advice and a cash prize. After submitting a promotional video of their ideas, finalists go live on Zoom with successful local entrepreneurs to present their elevator pitches. Applications for Tween/Teen Pitch Night are due on Monday November 2. See … Continue reading Virtual Tween/Teen Pitch Night
With this year’s highly anticipated presidential election right around the corner, it’s time to help your children learn more about voting. What does it mean to vote? Who gets to vote? Who gets to run for office? What is an election? Why is it important? So many possible questions! We have set up a display … Continue reading Learn All About Voting
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