Pre-registration is required for all programs unless stated otherwise. Visit www.mtpl.org or call 732-671-3700×340 for more details and a complete list of programming.
Citizen Science Kickoff – Saturday, June 7, 10 am-12 pm
Have you always secretly wanted to be a scientist? Would you like to do more to help the environment? Join in a community-wide project to track local birds populations, coordinated by MTPL in partnership with Cornell University. Our “kick-off” event will offer a variety of children’s crafts and activities in addition to opportunities for adults to learn more about the program and sign up if they wish. No registration is required.
Life with a Service Dog – Tuesday, June 10, 6:30 pm-7:45 pm
May and Lauren Sikora along with Nancy Jones present five Service Dogs (including Wilara) to demonstrate what they do. They’ll discuss who the dogs help, what a Service Dog does and how to raise puppies to become Service Dogs. For ages 5 and up. No registration is required.
Minecraft Club – Thursday, June 12, 4pm
Minecraft Club will include assorted hands-on tech-free activities to celebrate minecraft. For ages 8-13.
Skype Visit with Author David Adler – Friday, June 13, 4pm-4:45pm
Brush up on your Cam Jansen series books and other books by author David Adler in anticipation of his SKYPE visit. You may want to ask some questions of the author, so be sure to bring them along. We’ll have his books on display for you to check out.
Zombify Me – Monday, June 16, 7 pm-8:30 pm
A Zombie workshop: Professional make-up artist Erica Gonzalez will show teens and tweens how to create 3D wounds like they wear on The Walking Dead and some of your favorite horror movies.
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Monday, June 23, 7 pm-9:30 pm
The play will be performed by Next Stage Ensemble, the travelling theater company of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
International Mud Day – Monday, June 30, 10 am-12 pm
International Mud Day is a celebration of the joys of childhood and a recognizing that children around the world have many of the same needs. It started in 2011 as a partnership between orphanages in Nepal and schools in Australia; the Australians donated new clothing, towels, and soap to the children in Nepal. On the date that the new clothing was distributed, children in both countries had a Dress for Mess celebration, enjoying art, science, and games involving mud, sand, and more. At our celebration, we’ll have soil, water, play dough, and more available for kids (and brave grown-ups) to play with—and partnering with Project Paul to collect soap, toothpaste, and other toiletries for distribution to families and individuals in need in our area.
Middletown Township Public Library
55 New Monmouth Road, Middletown, NJ 07748
www.mtpl.org – 732-671-3700