Kids February Vacation Week Programs
School is out and we’ve got exciting children’s programs at all three Public Library of Brookline locations. We hope you’ll join us to learn, create, and explore!
Tuesday, February 21
Join Joy from Joys of Nature to learn about Animals in Winter. How do mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds stay warm in New England? Find out and meet live animals. We’ll be holding this program at 3 PM and at 4 PM in Hunneman Hall at the Brookline Village Library. Free tickets are required and will be available at the Children’s Desk 30 minutes before each session. This program is intended for children ages 5-9.
Wednesday, February 22
Set sail on a journey into the wonderful world of Science with “Pirates Lost at Sea” by Talewise Science. You’ll be able to participate in interactive science experiments to help tell the story! This program will held in the Putterham Library Meeting Room at 2 PM.
Thursday, February 23
Move, groove, and sing-a-long with Folk Tunes and Story Songs featuring The New Grown-Ups at 10:30 AM in Hunneman Hall at the Brookline Village Library. This concert is a musical journey through roots music and folk songs for kids of all ages, but it may be most appropriate for kids ages 0-5. Free tickets are required for this program and will be available 30 minutes before the program at the Children’s Desk.
Try your hand at four different art styles as you learn about Black illustrators and the work they do. Kids Celebrate Black Artists from 3 to 4 PM in Hunneman Hall at the Brookline Village Library. This is a drop-in program where kids can make it to one, or all four, stations about different artists. This interactive program is for children ages 5-9.
Friday, February 24
Learn how to write and draw comics that will make readers laugh, think, or observe something interesting with comic artist Jonathon Todd in his workshop, Writing and Drawing Comic Strips and Gag Cartoons. This program will be held in the Coolidge Corner Library Meeting Room at 10:30 AM and is for kids in second through fourth grade and is limited to 20 participants.