Brainerd Memorial Library
920 SAYBROOK ROAD, HADDAM, CT 06438     P:860.345.2204

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Baby Rhyme Time! 10:30am Feb. 22nd and March 1st & 8th  

For Birth to 3 years.

The Children’s Department is offering a bimonthly Music and Movement program for children from birth to 3, at 10:30 am.

It will be a bimonthly program on the Thursdays that Margie is not here for Music with Margie. Join us to meet other parents, sing nursery rhymes, dance, make music, and read a simple story.  Siblings welcome. 


~Winter Storytime & Crafts ~

 

Wednesday Sessions

10:30 to 11:15 am  Aged 2 & up

February & March:  7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th

Stories, songs, finger plays, and crafts


2nd and 4th Mondays at 6:30 pm Starts December.

February 12th & 26th; March 12th & 26th

The Library is excited to announce a new bimonthly evening storytime program.  Put on your pajamas and bring your favorite stuffed animal to join us for bedtime stories, songs, flannel board fun, and relaxing stretches.  On the 4th Monday of the month, your stuffed animal can have a sleepover at the library.  For ages 0 to 6.


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MUSIC WITH MARGIE: 10:30am

 March 15th & 29th


Margie’s multi-sensory program builds skills on a bi-weekly basis, in order for children to reach the developmental goals they need to enter kindergarten. Margie brings items such as beanbags, scarves, puppets, or instruments.  Many Haddam children have grown up with Margie as she has been coming to Brainerd Library for 20 years.

Music with Margie is appropriate for children ages 2 to 6.


LEGO™ Group
Meets the 1st & 3rd  TUESDAY Each Month:  February & March 6th & 20th

5:00 to 6:lego-blocks00 PM

Each session will have a unique theme! And 1 free build. Creations displayed until next session.
For ages 5 & up. No registration required.


Come and Play with our great new toys!  We have a puppet stage, kitchen set, and amazing Brio train table.  These additions to our Children’s Room were made possible by generous donations from the Reid Smith Memorial Fund.