Kids

FALL PROGRAMS – 2019

After School Story Hours

Our After School Story Hours will take a look at Art and Artists.
Simple art projects, a look into famous artists, and stories. A simple snack will be provided.

K-1st grades
Tuesdays, 3:30 – 4:30
October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, November 5
Register

2nd & 3rd grades                 

Fridays, 3:30 – 4:30
October 4, 18, November 1, 8, 15, 22
(no story hours on 10/11 & 10/25)

Register

A simple snack will be provided.
Marbletown elementary students can take the squirrel bus to the library.
Register by using the direct links above, or by visiting our online calendar.


Pre-K Story Time (2.5 – 5 year olds)

Tuesday Mornings from 10:00 – 11:00
September 18, 25, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
November 5, 12, 19, 26, December 3, 10, 17
 
 We are excited to welcome back Ms. Celeste to continue her imaginative, fun, and energetic storytimes for our littlest patrons. Storytime is an exciting and fanciful introduction to the library, as well as a great opportunity to meet area children and parents. The Preschool story hour is open to children ages 2.5 to 5 years old.  (Children who are younger are welcome, we ask that they are not disruptive to the children who are listening to the stories. Thank you.)
Please Register.

 


Holly Day

Tuesday, December 10​​
3:30-4:30

Join us for holiday stories, snacks, and crafts at our annual ​Holly Day. The program is suitable for all ages and all faiths, a time of joy and celebration. Please Register.


Beading Day

Tuesday,​ ​December 17​
3:30 -4:30

For children who are interested in beading. We will have beads, string, wire, key chain, and jewelry armatures available for them to create gifts for their family and friends. Please register.


Tween Sewing Workshop

Tuesday, September 24
3:00-4:00
grades 4th and up 

Try a simple sewing project, we provide the fabric, needle, and thread you provide the patience. All levels of sewing abilities welcomed. Rondout students can take bus #19  to the library. A simple snack will be provided before we begin to sew.
Please Register
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Tween Metal Mask Making with Jill Obrig

Thursday, Sept. 24 
3:00-4:00         
grades 4th and up

Come join us to create a howling Halloween metallic mask for the beginning of your costume idea!! It can be anything (creatures!) you wish! Bring your imagination and learn to create your own mask. Rondout students can take bus #19 to the library. A simple snack will be provided before we begin. Please Register.


Tween Cooking Dumplings

Tuesday, Nov. 19
3:00-4:00
grades 4th
and up
We will make simple pork and vegetable dumplings. Rondout students can take bus #19  to the library. A simple snack will be provided before we begin to cook. Please Register.  

Historic Bridges of the Hudson Valley

Wednesday, November 6
3:00-4:00
grades 4-7

A member of the Historic Bridges of the Hudson Valley lead this program. We will read the book A Book of Bridges: ​Here To There And Me To You ​by Cheryl Keely. This book goes through some of the different kinds of bridges in the world, and links it to real bridges. The discussion will segue into a small lesson on the NYSBA Bridges. There will be large foam board pictures of the different bridges in our area, as well as some artifacts from the bridges that the students can touch. Participants then have the opportunity to build a bridge, usually either a suspension bridge or a truss bridge.
Be sure to register, spaces are limited!​  Rondout students can take bus #19 to the library. Register


Family Wreath Making

Saturday, Nov. 23rd
at 1:00
With Jill Obrig!
The Stone Ridge Library is pleased to invite families to come together and create your own holiday wreath at the Stone Ridge Library. One wreath per family. Bring out your collective creativity and assemble it together!
Please Register.

To Register for our Programs


Weather Issues

Check Cancellations.com for updated closings or delays at the Library. Library programs will follow Rondout School weather cancellations. If school is delayed morning story hours are cancelled, if school is closed or after school programs are cancelled the library programs will be cancelled too.

 


 

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