Articles for the Articulate: Unlimited Possibilities

Adult, Seniors

Bring your newspaper or magazine articles to share and discuss with others, about people who have overcome obstacles and redesigned their lives.

Thu, Apr. 27 (2:00pm)

ShopRite Snacks N' Stories

Kids, Homeschooler

Join the Dietician from ShopRite of Hainesport for a snack and storytime!

Thu, Apr. 27 (4:00pm)

Chair Yoga

Adult, Seniors

Join Leslie for a gentle sequence of yoga poses practiced while seated in a chair.  Stretch, strengthen and breathe your stress away, and leave feeling refreshed, recharged, and renewed.

Thu, Apr. 27 (6:00pm)

Peepapalooza 6

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Bring the whole family for our annual tradition of creating dioramas out of shoe boxes, Peeps, and craft supplies. Will your scene be from a favorite book? Inspired by pop culture? Feel free to bring any supplies you feel you may need from home.

Fri, Apr. 28 (7:00pm)

Flowerpot Make and Take (While Supplies Last)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler
Mon, May. 1 (10:00am)

May Flowers Mothers Day Craft

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

April Showers bring May Flowers just in time for Mother's Day!

This craft is super fun to make, and once you get the hang of it, you

can make flowers for every occasion. Parents are also welcome to join in,

so it makes for a perfect family "crafternoon" activity.

Mon, May. 1 (4:00pm)

Recipe Swap: Mother's Days Meals

Adult, Seniors

Bring your favorite Mother's Day recipes to swap with others who enjoy food preparation.

Thu, May. 4 (2:00pm)

Jedi Academy: May the 4th Be With You

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Celebrate Star Wars Day with some Star Wars themed games and crafts.  Create an Origami Yoda, participate in a Droid Toss, and practice your Lightsaber skills by keeping a balloon afloat.

Thu, May. 4 (4:00pm)

Tips for Optimizing Physical and Cognitive Health

Adult, Seniors

Joseph Mc Carrie will cover research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity, and social engagement.  Participants will be provided with hands-on tools to incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging - at any age.

Thu, May. 4 (6:00pm)

Music and Movement Fun

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for music and movement activities with shaker eggs, scarves, bean bags, rhythm sticks and more!

Great for learning listening skills and gross motor skills without even knowing.

Perfect for wigglers who find storytime a challenge.

Fri, May. 5 (10:30am)

Papel Picado Banner Craft


Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by creating your very own decorative Papel Picado Banner!  While traditional Papel Picado banners are made with stacks of paper and a chisel, we will be using colorful tissue paper and scissors, as seen on the blog

Fri, May. 5 (4:00pm)

Last One Picked, First One Picked On

Adult, Seniors

Every child has experienced embarrassment or rejection in social situations.  Richard Lavoie, a nationally known expert on learning disabilities,  explains why this happens and what parents or teachers can do to help children improve their social skills.

Mon, May. 8 (6:00pm)

Baby Toddler Storytime and Bubble Fun

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for some interactive, educational fun using books, songs, music and more!

This month we will end story time with  the bubble machine!

Grandparents and siblings welcome!



Tue, May. 9 (10:30am)

Journal Writing: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Adult, Seniors

Bring your journal and get ready to write about your garden.  You don't have a garden?  What about a garden you have seen?  My favorite is not in my backyard, either!

Not everyone has a green thumb, but we all have imaginations, so come prepared with your journals.

Wed, May. 10 (2:00pm)

Lego Club

Kids, Homeschooler

Please join us for Lego Club!  Choose a challenge or see where your imagination takes you as you build.

Wed, May. 10 (4:00pm)