2023 WINTER YOUTH PROGRAM OFFERINGS
Outdoor Story and Activity Time - Tuesdays 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. - Join youth librarian Amanda Otto for stories, songs, crafts and activities! Stay after for snacks and active play on the swing sets, sandbox and fields for hiking and birdwatching. All are welcome! We are currently meeting on the 3rd floor of the Willey Building.
NEW Dungeons and Dragons – Tuesdays - 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (ages 11+)
Come play D&D after school with friends - Snacks provided - All are welcome!
NEW! STEAM Program - Starting Wednesday, January 25th - Wednesday, February 22nd - 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. (ages 11+)
Explore topics in science, technology, engineering, art/design and math through a hands-on approach. Participate in friendly competitions with friends. Snacks are provided.
StoryWalk - Mid January - Mid February– Cabot Library Play Structure
Cabot's current StoryWalk features the book Sleep Tight Farm written by Eugenie Doyle and illustrated by Becca Stadtlander. This story will be posted on the fence surrounding the play structure.
The Night Sky - Coming Soon– Cabot Rec Field Pavilion
Join Mazie O’Connor and Amanda Otto as we look through the library’s new telescope at the night sky. We will pick the best weather day and announce it on our website and Front Porch Forum.
Starting Mid Feb - Community Service Program - Day TBD (ages 14-18)
Fulfill your H.S. Community Service requirements at the library! Help shelve books, re-stock take-home kits for kids, tutor kids during H.W. Help, assist the youth librarian during clubs and more. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org
*These programs are made possible by a grant from Vermont Afterschool
Cabot Community Theater Presents...
Kids of all ages! Don't miss this dramatization by our friends at the Cabot Community Theater!
Spencer (as "Elephant") and Lucas (as "Piggy"). Vitale brings you Mo Willem's Waiting's Not Easy!
And here's our second video! Listen to "Saturday" read by Gwen Hallsmith. Thank you again, Cabot Community Theater!
And for our third video, hear (and watch!) Karen Mueller-Harder read and sign Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are. And as a special treat, Karen will teach us some signs after the story ends!
And here's our fourth video! Amazing! Listen to "Stars," read by Gwen Hallsmith. Four cheers for the Cabot Community Theater!
And for our fifth video, Karen Mueller-Harder brings us another signed classic--Esphyr Slobodkina's Caps for Sale, with some selected sign instruction. Thanks, Karen!
As a special tribute to Eric Carle, Karen brings us The Very Hungry Caterpiller and signs along, too!
And last for now, but certainly not least, Farmer Ama Peyman reads Thank You Omu, a story to warm your hearts!