Children’s Programs

Read to a Therapy Dog!

Come read to Niles, the library's new therapy dog. Program will take place the following Saturdays - 10/9, 11/6, and 11/20

Mostly Mother Goose (MMG)

Join us for a short trip into the land of Mother Goose. Enjoy rhymes, songs, and stories with friends! Join us Friday Mornings on 10/29, 11/19

Take and Make Craft-ivity Bags!

Make Fridays fun for your 3-6 year olds!  On select Fridays the library will have craft bags available to Metuchen patrons for pick up.  Next dates are 10/8, 10/22, 11/12!

Earth Buddies

All 3-7 year olds are invited to join us on Friday Mornings at 10:30 am for a nature themed story and activity. Next dates are 10/15, 11/5!

Raising Readers

A program for emergent readers and their caregivers. Celebrate reading together and learn tips to support your child's reading success! Raising Readers with Ms. Joanne will return in September afternoon at 3:00pm on 10/30! Meanwhile, you can view previous episodes on the library's You Tube channel.

Rhythm & Rhyme Story Time

Join Ms. Joanne for a lively story time featuring stories and songs and a fun activity for preschoolers ages 2-5! This program will Monday Mornings 10:30 am! Next dates will be 10/4, 10/18, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, 11/22

Thursday's Snippet with Miss Glynis

Join Miss Glynis every Thursday morning (around 10:30 am) on the Library's Facebook page for her weekly snippet.  She will share with you parents something she has discovered that is fun/ educational/ entertaining/ amusing (or perhaps a little bit of everything!) that you can share with your kids.

Field Trip Friday

Don’t forget – Friday is Field Trip Friday (FTF).  Join our Children's Librarian Miss Glynis each Friday morning on the Library’s Facebook page as she takes us on a virtual trip to visit some awesome place.  It could be an aquarium, zoo, museum or somewhere completely out of this world!  She’ll provide the links; take a look and let her know what you think!

You can find the links for all our online programs by checking in at the Library’s Facebook page, or by going directly to our You Tube channel.