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Library on the Go!

Wednesday, September 27, 2023 10:00 am

Library on the Go!

Don’t miss the next engaging, outdoor, pop-up library program with Children’s Librarian, Ms. Tea, and our Library on the Go golf cart! These age-specific, monthly programs promote educational equity, community pride and environmental care with special guests from partnering organizations occasionally on hand to share information about family-friendly events and resources!  

Upcoming Library On the Go Programs--


LOTG: Sensory Play, HOORAY! 

Ages: 1-3 

Wednesday, September 27 @10-10:45AM 

Location: Catherine Strong Splash Park 

Ms. Tea brings you an outdoor program at Catherine Strong Park blending developmentally appropriate children’s literature, skill-building, and sensory play! Parents will meet our guest from HomeSafe, A Children’s Services Council funded program that helps ensure children are reaching their developmental milestones. 


LOTG: There’s a Garden on My Plate! 

Ages: 3-6  

Wednesday, October 25 @3:30-4:30PM 

Location: St. Matthews Episcopal Church 

Early learners will snicker at the sneaky, hungry animals in the story, Handa’s Surprise by Eileen Browne and learn how to plant, prune, and pick pineapples and other yummy edible items from our friends at St. Matthews Community Garden! 


LOTG: Group Leadership Games 

Ages: 7-11  

Thursday, November 30 @3:30-4:30PM 

Location: Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Yard 

Teamwork! Confidence! Communication! Problem-Solving! These leadership skills and more will be highlighted during our pop-up library program for International Games month promoting an appreciation for the value of game-based learning and gaming in library outreach and community engagement. 


LOTG: Umoja (Unity) Day Kwanzaa Celebration! 

Ages: 4-11 

Tuesday, December 26 @2:30-4PM 

Location: Spady Cultural Heritage Museum 

Ms. Ms. Tea brings you a pop-up story time featuring a dramatic reading of Seven Spools of 

Thread at Spady Cultural Heritage Museum on Umoja Day, the first of seven days of Kwanzaa. 

Umoja Day encourages everyone to seek and maintain unity in our families, our communities and throughout the world. All attendees are encouraged to share their artistry by decorating Spady Museum’s communal Legacy Quilt Project! 

To register for this program, make sure you first register for the Summer Leadership Academy.

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Organizer: Ms. Tea