Nutmeg Book Club (Ages 8-12)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

The Nutmeg Book Club is a book club for children ages 8-12. We will aim to read and discuss as many of the 2024 Nutmeg Book Award Intermediate Nominees as we can, before voting in April of 2024 ends. The Nutmeg Book Award winners are chosen by the youth of Connecticut. Students have until April […]

Daytime Discussion: “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

In April, we’ll be reading “The Things They Carried” by Tim O'Brien. We’ll meet on Monday, April 22 at 10:30am in the Fiction Room of the Library.  After March 25, you can pick up a copy of the book selection from the Circulation Desk or call the Library at 860-582-3121 to make arrangements for curbside […]

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Nutmeg Book Club Homeschool Edition (Homeschool Children Ages 8-12)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

This event has been canceled due to low enrollment. Nutmeg Book Clubs will return in September!  The Nutmeg Book Club Homeschool Edition is a book club for homeschool children ages 8-12. We will aim to read and discuss as many of the 2024 Nutmeg Book Award Intermediate Nominees as we can, before voting ends. The […]

Bedtime Storytime (Ages birth and up, with a caregiver)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Wear your pajamas and bring your favorite stuffie for an evening bedtime storytime. Storytime will include stories, songs and relaxing movement. This event is for children ages birth and up, with a caregiver. Registration is required at https://forms.gle/nhgN3mrNkoR8CX559

Event Series Knitalong Group

Knitalong Group

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Bring along a project in progress, projects to share or questions to ask.  Newbie knitters welcome.  This is not meant to be an instructional class but there will be people there willing to help. Knitalong Group will  be meeting inside the Library in the Fiction Room.

Fearsome Foursome

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Ginny Apple, a Master Wildlife Conservationist with the DEEP, will enlighten us on the life and habits of four common CT nocturnal creatures: opossum, skunk, raccoon and porcupine and how unique characteristics help them navigate their environments, evade predators and survive. Register here (one person per form): https://forms.gle/tULYiaZTSDaEF6Gg6

Bouncing Babies (Ages Birth-2, with a caregiver)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Join us for a storytime for our youngest patrons. Storytime will include a story, songs, bounces and fingerplays. There will also be an optional playtime at the end of storytime. This event is for ages birth to 2 years, with a caregiver. Registration is required on a week by week basis. Register at https://forms.gle/eJXXmsbAkhJuHkZeA  

Graphic Novel Book Club (Ages 8-12)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Do you love to read graphic novels? In Graphic Novel Book Club you get to read a new graphic novel each month. This month we will be reading Witches of Brooklyn by Sophie Escabasse. Join us to have a snack, discuss the book, and do some activities. Registration is required at https://forms.gle/Zi1ftSYieshNoTyy5      

Saturday Storytime (Ages birth and up, with a caregiver)

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Join us for storytime fun for all ages!  Storytime will include books, movement, fingerplays and songs. An optional playtime will be at the end of storytime. This event is for ages birth and up, with a caregiver. Registration is required at https://forms.gle/oibPFWeabHtxo13h9    

The Energy of Falling Water: Connecticut’s Early Mills

Terryville Public Library 238 Main Street, Terryville, CT, United States

Join speaker, John Cilio, for an interesting view into Connecticut’s many water-powered mills that helped create the great state of Connecticut. Water-powered mills brought civilization to Connecticut as early as 1650. In the early days, every small Connecticut village had to depend upon itself for almost every necessity. There was no electricity, steam power had […]