Join us for a relaxing evening of adult coloring on Tuesday, October 16th from 6-7:30pm! Bring your own supplies or use the ones that the library has on hand. We’ll put on the coffee and provide some cookies too. Grab your best friend, take time out for YOU and come relax while coloring! Please comment below if you are interested in attending.
**Reminder** Overflow parking is at the Town Hall Annex. We must not block the driveway of the house next door. Thank you!
**RESCHEDULED!** Join us on August 21st from 5 PM – 6 PM for a special Learn in Motion event at the library. LEARN IN MOTION is an educational and movement-based program that gets kids active, learning, socializing, and practicing important life skills such as SHARING, LISTENING, FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS, WORKING AS A TEAM, AND OVERCOMING OBSTACLES. This event is geared for children ages 3-10. Space limited to 20 participants – sign up at the library or on Facebook by messaging us in the feed below (the library will repsond to you so that you know that you are all set)– this is an outdoor event.
*This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Brimfield Public Library, Inc.
*Please park at the Town Hall Annex or the bottom lawn of the Congregational Church if the library parking lot is full*
It’s time for our annual summer reading program! And guess what? It’s not just for kids anymore! This year we have three separate summer reading programs.
Our first is for children up to age 12. Come into the library to sign up and get a free goody bag and reading log. For every 20 minutes of reading, color in a circle on the log until you reach each of the three goals. When you reach a goal, come into the library and get a prize! While you’re here, check out our rock ‘n roll photobooth and get your picture taken!
We also have brand new programs for teens aged 13-18 and for adults 18+. Come in for a summer reading Bingo card to fill out. For each row you complete, you get entered into a raffle! If you complete the entire card by August 27th, you get a prize!
Do you want to make your very own t-shirt? You can! Just sign up at the library or on Facebook and let us know your t-shirt size. We take care of the rest — you just show up and get creative! This event is for children ages 2-15, is limited to 25 children and is sponsored by the Friends of the Brimfield Public Library, Inc. It will be held on Wednesday, July 25th from 4:30-5:15pm.
Overflow parking is at the Town Hall Annex or bottom of the Congregational Church lawn. Please do not block or park in the neighboring driveway.
Join us for a Ukelele Workshop at the library on June 7th from 6 – 7pm. You can bring a ukulele or borrow one at the show. This show is for patrons aged 10 and older and is limited to 15 participants – call the Library at 245-3518 to reserve a spot or sign-up here on Facebook.
You can play and sing along to pop, rock ’n’ roll, children’s songs & more and learn about ukulele types and playing techniques. This event is led by teacher/musician/comedian Dave M.
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brimfield
Join us for a visit with one of the most famous creatures in Brimfield — TOTO!! On June 2nd from 10:30am – 11:30am, our very own tornado kitten (cat) is coming with his very own special person (Jonathan) to read us Toto’s book(s) and celebrate Toto’s birthday. Come take your picture with Toto and bring a cat related item (food, snacks, toys) to donate to ‘Here Today Adopted Tomorrow’ in honor of Toto’s 7th birthday! This event is free for folks of all ages. Space is limited to 25 participants so please sign-up here or by calling the library at 245-3518. Overflow parking is at the Town Hall Annex if the parking lot is full, please do not park in the neighbor’s driveway next door.
We are holding a 2-day Babysitter Training Course on Thursday, May 3rd and Saturday, May 4th. This course is for children aged 11+, and space is limited to 15 particpants. You must commit to both sessions.
Topics to be covered:
-Babysitting I, Safety- Police and Fire Department officials will discuss phone etiquette, dealing with strangers, responding to fires and other safety related issues.
-Babysitting II- Practice basic first-aid. Covers minor injuries, choking, cuts, bruises, poisoning and how to make a first-aid kit.
-Babysitting III- Discuss what activities are appropriate for certain ages, the Seven Principles of Discipline and common behavioral issues. Also includes “how to entertain” children and the business aspect of babysitting.
-Babysitting IV- Learn what foods are appropriate and how to feed a newborn, infant, toddler and pre-schooler. Thinking “safety first” you will discuss food preparation, servings, allergies and how to make nutritious snacks.
This class is made possible thanks to the 4-H Youth Development Program, UMASS Extension
Please call the library to register 413-245-3518 or message us on Facebook.