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Childrens

Eyes On Owls -- Live Owls on the Lawn of the Library!

Marcia and Mark Wilson of Eyes on Owls bring this live owl program to the Swansea Free Public Library!

They will introduce the audience to the six owls of New England and share the field marks, signs and skills that can be used to find owls without disturbing them.  Everyone will participate in a hooting lesson and learn tips on how to attract and protect owls where they live. 

This program is sponsored by the Swansea Cultural Council

Pokemon Club

Join us for a morning of card trading, Pokemon Bingo, and learning how to play the card game.  

Win Pokemon cards and candy treats.

It's fun for Pokemon fans of all ages.

Monster Squad

Calling all Monster Fans: It's the monthly Monster Squad Club!   Each month, the Monster Squad investigates and learns about a different monster. Snacks and crafts too.

Getting to Know Uke

Join teacher/musician/comedian Dave Maloof as he talks about ukulele history, types of ukuleles, chords and strums. 

Play ukulele and sing along to pop, rock-n-roll, kids' songs and more!

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Swansea Cultural Council

3-2-1 Blast Off!

 

Join Krissy Cannizzo from the Easton Children's Museum as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 reaching the moon’s surface.   Take an out-of-this world adventure as we discover the mysteries of space and the importance of space exploration!

 This program is supported in part by a grant from the Swansea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. 

CANCELED FOR TODAY. The Write Club

The Write Club meets every Tuesday from 4-5PM.  For creative writers ages 8-12. 

Join our group as we write stories, learn new words, do word puzzles and share what we are reading.

The Write club is an informal and casual writing group for young aspiring writers.   Kids meet and  work on fun writing exercises, discuss what they’re writing (and reading), and be inspired to make writing a daily habit.

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