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    Twoodalo Twos! (2.5-3.5 years and a caregiver)

    10:00 AM-10:45 AM

    Twodaloo Twos

    Age range: 2.5 – 3.5 years and a caregiver

    Fridays, 10:00-10:45 AM – MIXED LOCATION

    On Friday mornings, toddlers rule the library! This program includes songs, stories, and games plus a play- based learning activity, like art or parachute play. This six- week program will be held outside in our courtyard as weather allows but move indoors if needed. Register here.

    Unvaccinated patrons over the age of two MUST wear a mask while attending in-person library events. This means children ages 3- 12 must be masked at events, even outdoors. 

    For the most up to date information about our policies, visit our website: 

    Dungeons and Dragons: Group B

    10:00 AM-1:30 PM

    For beginner adventurers to join us at the library for a monthly installment of the world’s most famous table top RPG, Dungeons & Dragons!

    Summer Sensory: Rubber Duck Literacy

    12:00 PM-5:00 PM

    Summer Sensory: Rubber Duck Literacy

    Age range: 1.5 -5 years and caregiver

    Available for pickup mid-July – staff will email you when the kit is ready for pick up, at which point you can pick up anytime we are open.

    This kit will combine shaving cream with rubber ducks for messy fun. Plus, letters and words will be hidden in for a play-based literacy game, differentiated based on age. Register here.

    Creator's Challenge!

    4:00 PM-5:00 PM

    Do you daydream? Draw? Write? Just play pretend? This program brings young creators together with weekly challenges based on imaginary creations, whether it be a creature, character, planet, or just a line of plucky dialogue!

    Project Do Something

    5:15 PM-6:30 PM
    -Pawling Free Library-
    11 Broad St, Pawling NY 12564

    Project Do Something is a community service organization that meets bi-weekly on Friday nights to work on projects. Individual teens are encouraged and aided in initiating their own local projects.