Registration for our annual Summer Learning Program begins this Friday, May 14! The Summer Learning Program runs from June 14 through August 7 and offers kids in preschool through grade 12 the opportunity to read and earn prizes. It also includes optional reading and activity challenges, virtual and in-person programs of all kinds, and our mascot map, featuring … Continue reading Register for our Summer Learning Program 2021
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Week of the Young Child (WOYC)! Sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the WOYC is held annually in early to mid-April. The NAEYC site explains that “the purpose of the Week of the Young Child is to focus public attention on … Continue reading Week of the Young Child: 50th Anniversary
Celebrate National Library Week … Get your own READ poster! To commemorate National Library Week, we are creating READ posters. Hudson Library patrons are invited to submit a photo of themselves or their children with a favorite book, and we will print them a poster. Send your photo to email@example.com any time from now through … Continue reading You, on a READ poster!
We enjoyed our virtual visit with the Andy Warhol Museum this morning! We got a guided tour of the museum, learned all about the artist and his work, and watched a screen-printing demo. Then we participated in a hands-on learning activity about the color wheel and then painted our own watercolors of Warhol’s Spring bugs. … Continue reading Virtual Program Feature: Andy Warhol Museum
Beginning next week, the Columbus Children’s Theater will post full performances of some of their touring shows, available for free on their website. The first show is The Three Little Pigs. More shows will be added on a regular basis, too. Check it out here! Study guides are also available here for the posted shows, … Continue reading Columbus Children’s Theater Shows Online
Our daily storytimes are on a brief spring break for the next two weeks. The Spring session of storytimes begins on Monday April 5 at 10:30 a.m. and lasts for five weeks. Families are invited to pick a day they would like to attend — Monday through Thursday — and register once for the Spring … Continue reading Spring Storytime Session
Today — Tuesday, March 2 — is the annual Read Across America Day! This year’s program focuses on celebrating a nation of diverse readers and diverse books. Are you ready to read? We have lots of new children’s titles, old favorites, and interesting books just waiting to be chosen. You can pick up materials inside … Continue reading Read Across America Day!
In this ever-changing, fast-paced information age, no student is too young to learn about fair use and copyright issues. Everyone is a copyright user, to some extent, and everyone is a copyright owner, even children. The youngest students in kindergarten, up through the oldest in high school, can learn about what a copyright is, why … Continue reading Learning About Copyrights
We are open! Our library has reopened to the public again, as of today. Our hours at this time are: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 9 am – 5 pm Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am – 7 pm Saturday: 10 am – 3 pm Closed on Sundays Face masks are required at all times in the … Continue reading Library Reopening Today!
Our STEAM kits for children are a dynamic set of coding toys and games, math manipulatives, science tools, engineering materials, musical instruments, and more, which you can check out with your library card. STEAM represents science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. We have an updated webpage that lists the kits and provides links to our … Continue reading STEAM Kits for Kids!
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