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  • Family Storytime

    Family Frolic Storytime

    Ages 10 months to 4 years, with parent/caregiver

    Join us for interactive stories and songs!

    Wednesdays in January from 1:30-2:00 pm

    Holmdel Branch

  • Hands Reading Braille

     Feel Your Words - Grades 3-5

     Decipher the dots & devise 3-D Braille messages!

     Register here, in person, or call 732-946-4118

     Wednesday, January 24 from 4:15-5:00 pm

     Holmdel Branch

  • Mice Skating Cover

    Family Fun Saturday - Ages 2 and up

    Meet the Author - Annie Silvestro!

    Saturday, January 27 from 11:00-11:45 am

    Eastern Branch, Shrewsbury

  • littleBits

    Tweens! STEM Program: littleBits! - Grades 3-5

    Register here, in person, or call 732-536-9406

    Monday, January 29 from 4:15-4:50 pm

    Marlboro Branch

  •                 Veronica and the Volcano

     TWEENS! Grades 3-6

     Meet the Author: Geoffrey Cook! 

     Learn about volcanoes, writing and publishing a book

     Wednesday, January 31 from 5:15-6:00 pm

     Howell Branch  

  • Arts and Crafts Supplies

    Tweens! Mardi Gras Masks - Grades 3 and up

    Register in person, or call 609-259-7565

    Thursday, February 1 at 4:00 pm

    Allentown Branch

Upcoming Childrens Events


Storytime programs and special events for children of all ages are offered at the Monmouth County Library Branches.  "Click here to see Branch programming". Some programs require registration so please check with your Branch Location.
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