Halloween Fun for Tots
A costume party for pre-school children with games, crafts and snacks.
Little ones, wear your ‘scariest’ Halloween costume and join us for some ghoulish fun and games. We’ll be decorating pumpkins, making mummies and enjoying some creepy snacks!!
Adult accompaniment required.
Please register in advance.
Junior Garden Club
Children in grades K-6 are invited to join Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Riley for fun, hands-on workshop on how to create fairy gardens and terrariums.Sponsored by the New Vernon Garden Club
“Enhancing the beauty of our town with Nature”
Registration requested, please.
Free Simulated SAT Test
Great Opportunity for Sophomores and Seniors
Rob Pollak, SAT and ACT Test Taking Expert, will supervise a simulated SAT test for high school students. If you would like some “real feel” practice before taking the real test, or if you were not satisfied with your PSAT results, this is a great opportunity.
Registration required, please.
Refreshments will be served after the test.
Friday Crafternoons
Children (and parents!) can enjoy a different craft each week.
Join us for a different craft activity each Friday afternoon. Level of difficulty will vary but may include Perler Beads, Sand Art, Origami and Upcycling.
On October 27, we will be making spooky Halloween luminaries.
Kid’s Card Trading Club
Weekly Drop-in Trading
Bring your Football and/or Pokemon cards to the Library Lounge to trade with friends old and new. A few surprises await!
For kids in Grades 2-5.
Registration not required.
7th Grade Book Club
Chat ‘n’ Chew
If you enjoy reading and chatting about books, this club is for you. Please come and join us!
We are currently reading ‘All the Light We Cannot See’ by Anthony Doerr, a New York Times bestseller about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.
Newcomers registration required, please.
Junior Garden Club
The New Vernon Garden Club is sponsoring a series of workshops for children (K-6th Grade). Participants will be introduced to basic principles of gardening through hands-on activities, floral design, nature conservancy and wildlife appreciation.
Registration requested, please.