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Sunday 17 September 2017

Monday 18 September 2017
10:00am     Rhyme Time Story Time (ages 0-2)
Category : General
Children ages 0-2 and their caregivers enjoy rhymes, songs, stories and playtime.
Children ages 0-2 and their caregivers enjoy rhymes, songs, stories and playtime.
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5:30pm - 7:30pm     Open Art Studio
Category : General
Learn the art of book folding. Turn an old book into a piece of art! For teens and adults. Must pre-register.
Learn the art of book folding. Turn an old book into a piece of art! For teens and adults. Must pre-register.
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Tuesday 19 September 2017
10:00am     Teddy Bear Story Time (ages 2+)
Category : General
Children ages 2 and up enjoy rhymes, songs, stories and crafts.
Children ages 2 and up enjoy rhymes, songs, stories and crafts.
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Wednesday 20 September 2017
10:30am - 12:30pm     Knitting and Crocheting Group
Category : General
If you would like to meet with others who knit and/or crochet to work on your own projects while you visit, join them at 10:30 every Wednesday morning. They generally stay until 12:30 and would love to have you join them.
If you would like to meet with others who knit and/or crochet to work on your own projects while you visit, join them at 10:30 every Wednesday morning. They generally stay until 12:30 and would love to have you join them.
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2:30pm - 4:00pm     Teen Meet
Category : General
Get together with your friends in the library. Play board games, make crafts, read or just socialize! Open to teens in grades 6-12. Snacks Provided!
Get together with your friends in the library. Play board games, make crafts, read or just socialize! Open to teens in grades 6-12. Snacks Provided!
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3:30pm     Animal Storytime (Ages 3+)
Category : General
This story time includes books, finger plays, music, bubbles and a live animal.
This story time includes books, finger plays, music, bubbles and a live animal.
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Thursday 21 September 2017
4:00pm - 5:00pm     A Royal Tea
Category : General
All princesses, princes, and assorted nobles are invited to come in their royal robes to have tea with the Queen. Please call the library to register (860-684-2852) or register online.
All princesses, princes, and assorted nobles are invited to come in their royal robes to have tea with the Queen. Please call the library to register (860-684-2852) or register online.
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Friday 22 September 2017
10:00am - 11:30am     Mother-to-Mother
Category : General
A group for moms and moms-to-be. Participants support each other, share information and enjoy one another's company. Children are welcome to play during the meetings.
A group for moms and moms-to-be. Participants support each other, share information and enjoy one another's company. Children are welcome to play during the meetings.
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Saturday 23 September 2017
1:00pm     Friends of the Library Presentation
Category : General
Join us in welcoming Velya Jancz-Urban back to Stafford Library. This time we will learn what it was like to be a child in colonial America as she presents, “Pudd’nheads: Childhood in Colonial America.” Her talk will cover many aspects of childhood during the late 16th to 18th centuries such as birthing and child-rearing, parenting, children’s health, education, gender, play and rites of passage. She will discuss these issues as they related to Colonial children, Native American children and slave children.
Join us in welcoming Velya Jancz-Urban back to Stafford Library. This time we will learn what it was like to be a child in colonial America as she presents, “Pudd’nheads: Childhood in Colonial America.” Her talk will cover many aspects of childhood during the late 16th to 18th centuries such as birthing and child-rearing, parenting, children’s health, education, gender, play and rites of passage. She will discuss these issues as they related to Colonial children, Native American children and slave children.
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Please call 860-684-2852, email stafforddesk@biblio.org or click the "Register Online" link at the bottom of the event detail page to sign up for an event. Registration is appreciated for all events.