Each Adams County Public Library offers weekly Story Times for young children, special events for teens and adults, and other services including computer help sessions, reference and readers’ advisory services, and more. Visit the Calendar to see upcoming events at your local library.
Parents, infants, and toddlers, join Tosh for Baby Story Time on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. at the West Union Library. Reading aloud to developing children is the most important way to help prepare them to learn and thrive. Join us as we read, sing, and play together with other babies at the library.
Preschoolers and parents, join Julia each week on Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. for Story Time. We’ll read stories, make crafts, sing songs, play games, and make new friends at the library.
Join Julia for a hands-on after school learning program at the North Adams Library. Open to any school age participants, the weekly After School program will focus on fun STEAM skills and DIY projects. For more information, call the North Adams Library, and ask for Julia. See you at the library!
Teens ages 13 and up, join Deborah at the Manchester Library every other Tuesday after school to talk about books and movies, do crafts and group projects, make new friends, and enjoy after school time at the library.
Preschoolers and parents, join Deborah for Story Time at the Manchester Library, each Tuesday evening at 5:30 p.m. We’ll help your child discover the joy of reading, and develop early literacy skills, through read-aloud stories, crafts, motion and singing games, and more.
Weekly Story Time for young children, parents, and caregivers at the Peebles Library with Ms Sherry happens each Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Join us for reading, crafts, and fun with friends at the library.