May Children’s Programs

tulipsBe sure to visit the library’s table at the Hudson Children’s Book Festival on Saturday, May 3rd for a sneak peek at our exciting summer programming! Our “Story Time on the Go” early literacy program will visit the Hudson Farmers Market this month on Saturday, May 17th. Stop by the library to check out books by our May Author of the Month, Leo Lionni, whose birthday was May 5, 1910. Check out the list of special events in the Children’s Room listed below! To see a list of ongoing programs, visit our programs page on our website.

Thursday, May 1st: Mother Goose Day Nursery Rhymes, 3:30-4:30pm, All ages
Celebrate Mother Goose Day by exploring our collection of nursery rhymes and fairy tales. Mother Goose coloring sheets will be available to use at the library or to bring home.
Friday, May 2nd: First Friday Mosaic of Hudson, 3-5pm, All ages
In celebration of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, join us to learn about and celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander cultures with storytelling, books, games and traditional customs.
Saturday, May 10th: Mommy & Me / Daddy & Me Storytime, 11am-12pm, Ages 1.5-3 years
Enjoy great stories, songs and rhymes, finger plays, and movement activities designed for toddlers and their caregivers. This program is made possible with grant support from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.
Tuesday, May 13th: Tulip Day Fun with Paints, 4-7pm, All ages
Celebrate Tulip Day by painting tulips and other flowers with our selection of acrylic and watercolor paints.
Saturday, May 17th: Story Time on the Go!, 9am-1pm, Ages 0-5
Join us at our tent at the Hudson Farmers Market for stories, songs, and puppetry. Free board books will be available to bring home, too! This program is made possible with grant support from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.
Wednesday, May 28th: Baby & Me Storytime, 5-6pm, Ages 0-1.5 years
Share books for babies, learn fun songs, and meet other families in this interactive and fun family program.This program is made possible with grant support from the Fund for Columbia County, a fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

 

 

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