May Special Events!

may storytime

Storytimes  for Families with Young Children! 

Saturdays  @ 10:30 am

May  2, 16, & 30 

AND……

“FAIRIES OF THE SEASONS” Puppet Show on Saturday May 9 @ 10:30 am
In this magical show, set on a handmade dress that twirls as the year turns, each season has its own fairy that takes care of changing the natural world accordingly. That is, until a grumpy gnome decides to rearrange all the season fairies so things will stay the same all year round!

Beautiful handmade fairy puppets and hand-felted animals invite young children to move, sing, and help the fairies of each season as they try find their way back. Recommended for ages 2-7.

“Flower Fun!” Hands-On Workshop for Preschoolers on Saturday May 23 @ 10:30 am
Come plant a rainbow garden at the library! Families with young children are invited to attend a special story hour to learn about flowers and help plant flowers in an indoor rainbow garden which will light up the sunny windowsill inside the library into the summer.

This program is provided free of charge by Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) Mohawk Trail Engaging Preschool Families in Hands-On Science Explorations.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Got Paperback Books?

Visit our new self-serve paperback book swap  in the back lobby of the Library!

Please donate any extra paperback books you have, new or used.

And chances are you will find a interesting paperback to take home in return.

 

Volunteer Opportunities at  Belding Library!

Volunteers  play a valuable role at the Library.

A huge thank you to all past and current library volunteers!

Currently seeking:

*Program organizers –Creative folks with ideas for programs that would appeal to the Ashfield community and would be willing to organize and facilitate these programs with library staff.

*Local Heroes – Generous folks who would be willing to share their skills and talents on one Wednesday afternoon this summer in an interactive program with Ashfield young people. For example: musicians, artists, craftspeople, folks with interesting/unusual hobbies or jobs.

*Story Readers – Animated folks to read stories on a Saturday morning to young children.

If you are interested in one of these volunteer opportunities, drop by the library, call (628-4414) or contact us by email.