Read Across America!
SPECIAL EVENTS

Dr. Seuss Day
Sat. Mar. 2
11:00AM

Celebrate the birthday of the world's most beloved author! Come enjoy stories, games, crafts, photo props, and a FREE book to take home!
Registration required beginning Feb. 16.




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Book Snacks
Wed. Mar. 13
4:30PM
K-Gr. 3

Open to children in Kindergarten through 3rd Grade. All snacks are first-come, first-serve. Attend this snack-time session to explore new books recommended by your friends and share your favorite parts of each. 


Insectropolis: 
Bugs on the Go
Sat. Mar. 16
2:00PM
Ages 4-12

Discover the little known lives of insects and foster a greater appreciation for bugs and their place in our world. 

Registration required beginning Feb. 22. 


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Drop-in
St. Patrick's Day  Activities
Sun. Mar. 17
1:00-4:00PM

Kids and their parents are invited to drop in for some games, a leprechaun hunt, a craft and more as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day in the Children's Room! These self-guided activities begin at 1:00pm. No registration required.



Chess  Club
Sun. Mar. 17
1:05PM
Ages 7+

Questions? You can email: chessology247@gmail.com 
Please register again as we are trying to update the original registration list.



Farm Animals Storytime
with MFSC
Tues. Mar. 19
11:00AM

Join us for a neigh-borly storytime about some moo-valous animal friends!



Eat & Read
Wed. Mar. 20
4:30PM
Gr. 4-6


 Open to Grades 4-6. Make reading fun with friends! Enjoy snacks and refreshments in this focused setting.

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

Baby Steps
Mondays  10:00AM
Ages 0-18 months
 
Learn how to sing songs, share rhymes, and engage your little ones from ages 0-18 months. A socializing and play time will occur 
at the end of the class. 
First come, first served.   


Creative Kids
Tuesdays, Mar. 5 & 12
6:30PM
Ages 3+

Create your own make and take craft with a parent/caregiver. Ages 3 and up. Program is limited to 24 children, first come, first served.



Think & Play
Tuesdays  11:00AM
Thursdays  12:30PM
Ages 2 & up 

Join us for a movement-based story-time to get your child ready  for school.  Tuesdays & Thursdays, no registration required; first come, first served until session is full.


Crazy 8s Math Club

Thursdays
Mar. 7, 14 & 21
6:00PM
Gr. 3-5

Students in grades 3-5 are invited to join Crazy 8s, where you'll build stuff, run and jump, make music, make a mess...it's a totally new kind of math club!
Sponsored by Bedtime Math.
Registration required at the link below. Students are encouraged to attend all eight sessions for the maximum benefit.



Storytime Surprise
Friday, Mar. 8
11:00AM
Ages 2-6

A different story-time format each week.
It may be a craft, a dance party, or making a delicious snack! Ages 2-6 with a caregiver. Limit 24 children, first come basis. 


Please check our  Events Calendar
for additional programs.
FOR TEENS!

NEW!  Adulting Money & Credit
Wed. Mar. 13
5:00PM

Teens in grades 6-12 learn the basics of budgeting their money  with Google Spreadsheets and how to safely use
credit  cards  online in this one-time workshop. 
Registration is required.


NEW!  Adulting:Fix-It Kits
Wed. Mar. 27
                                     5:00PM

Teens in grades 6-12 learn how to fix stuff! Basic repairs to clothing and shoes will be illustrated and each attendee with take home their very own Fix-It Kits! 

Registration is required.




Dungeons & Dragons
Fri. Mar
. 1
3:15PM
Gr. 4-12

Play a continuing campaign with friends.




 
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Teen Advisory Board
Wed.  Mar. 6
5:00PM
Grades 7-12 


 Our year-round volunteering group. Earn community service hours by serving on this board.   



Homework Club
Tues., Wed., & Thurs.
Mar. 5, 6, & 7
Mar. 12, 13 & 14
Mar. 19, 20, & 21
Mar. 26, 27 & 28
2:30PM

Registration and Library Card Required. Grades 6-12. Only 10 spots a day!  Register for each day you wish your teen to attend. Each day has a separate registration. You must reserve your place in advance.


Anime Showcase
Fri. Mar. 15 & 29
3:15PM
Grades 6-12 

Drop-in to the YA Room for a snack and screening of a new anime feature each month.
This is a teen-focused after-school program for grades 6-12.  


ACT Practice Test
Sat.  Mar. 30
1:00PM
 
Practice the ACT with facilitators from C2 Education. All registered attendees must bring all the equipment they would bring with them to a real ACT, including pencils and a calculator. All tests will be graded by the following Wednesday by C2 Education.

Registration is limited. Please contact Hannah Lee at hlee@lmxac.org if you have any questions.

Register by copying or clicking the link here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/act-practice-test-tickets-57290832422
 
Total Tutoring
Mondays
4:30-6:30PM

Is your child struggling in school? Are other tutoring centers not working? Then join Total Tutoring today! It is run by high school students who want to give back to the community by helping our future leaders excel.
Tutoring is available for students in grades K-10 in math, science, English, history and world language. Register online at the Total Tutoring website,  https://totaltutoringk122.wixsite.com/home. Please arrive at the beginning of the session.
  • All students must bring their own school materials to sessions.
  • This is a volunteer organization, so sessions are completely free of charge.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

The concept is simple,
the rewards are priceless!
Sign up at the Children's Reference Desk. 
Keep a log of each book you read with your baby, toddler, or preschooler. Earn prizes for every 25 books read and a free book for every 100 books!

    Welcome to our newest members!
Tori-Ann K.

Congratulations to these children who achieved new goals!
Raghav B. - 100
Hyde - 400

Find out more at:
Enjoy a family outing with our
MUSEUM PASSES!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Sayreville Public Library.

The Sayreville Public Library circulates museum passes to
Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton,
the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in NYC, and 
the Battleship New Jersey in Camden.

Please note: Grounds for Sculpture and Battleship New Jersey will be closed weekdays throughout January and February.

 Pass policies
Passes will be checked out for 2 days (example: check a pass out on Monday and it will be due back on Wednesday). 
 Reservations may be made up to 2 months in advance by speaking with a reference librarian.
Details have been posted on our  website.

If you enjoy the museum pass program,
we encourage you to make a donation to the Friends of the SPL 
and consider joining them.
Questions? Comments?
 
 Do not hesitate to call Hannah or Marie at 
732-727-0212  ex. 26
or email: hlee@lmxac.org
They would LOVE to speak with you!

  
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