We are now fully re-opened for our pre-pandemic hours. See HERE for More Info & Hours.
We will continue to provide Curbside Pick-Up whenever open. Go HERE or call us if you have any questions at all.

Children’s Summer Programs

It’s time for our Summer Programs! Lots of tales and some tails too (Birds of Prey, Frisbee Dogs, and more!!) Check out what we have going on! Come back to see the upcoming programs. Or, check out our Children’s Monthly Calendar page for all our Summer Program goodness.

Don’t forget to come by the Children’s Department to get our fun-filled Summer Programs bag and start logging activities to participate in our Bead Bonanza! Or print out the 2021 Summer Activities Log from right here!

You’ll also find a form to fill in if your children would like to be listed as Participants in the Nevins Library Children’s Summer Program — being a Participant enters them into our end-of-summer prize drawing, and each child Participant will receive a certificate of participation and an invitation to our special “Fall for a Book” event in the autumn! (You can also fill out the form online)

This year the Summer Programs will be both online and in person, so please make sure that you double check which it is in the descriptions.

Please note: Unvaccinated individuals (including children over the age of 5) should wear masks when they attend library programs. Parents, even if you’re vaccinated, please wear a mask when you bring your kids to library events, for the safety of all children.

If you’re looking for the awesome virtual storytimes that our librarians put on. We still have them too, they’ve just moved to a new place HERE.

Summer Activities Log

Upcoming Events:

People of the First Light: A Presentation by Annawon Weeden (Ages 5 and Up)
Tue Aug 10, 2021 @ 10 AM

Drawing on his Mashpee Wampanoag, Narragansett, and Pequot lineage, Mr. Weeden will share his tribal culture and history. Families will see the construction of a shelter, listen to some traditional storytelling, play a game, and make a cornhusk action figure. The audience will also have opportunities to ask questions about the Wampanoag tribe.

For decades, Mr. Weeden has shared his cultural knowledge with the public. He has worked at Plymouth Plantation as a museum interpreter and as a Native program at the Boston Children’s Museum and has made many school and library presentations. Mr. Weeden has also represented his tribe as an actor in films shown on National Geographic, PBS, and the History Channel.

Registration is required!

Please note: Unvaccinated individuals (including children over the age of 5) should wear masks when they attend library programs. Parents, even if you’re vaccinated, please wear a mask when you bring your kids to library events, for the safety of all children.

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