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  •     nanowrimo

    Camp NaNoWriMo! - Grades 3 and up

    No registration required 

    Love to Write? Weekly Meetups for inspo, motivation, and sharing 

    Wednesdays in April from 3:15- 3:50 pm 

    Atlantic Highlands Branch 

     

  •          DIA

    Spanish Storytimes in Atlantic Highlands

    (throughout the month of April - call library branch for details) 

    Read a few stories in Spanish and learn some Spanish words! 

    No registration required 

    Atlantic Highlands Branch

  •               flower

    D-I-Y Dried Flower Terrariums - recommended for grades 3-5 

    Construct a lovely, springtime terrarium

    Wednesday, April 10 at 4:00 pm 

    Click here to register

    West Long Branch 

  •               top secret

    Super Secret Decoder! Ages 4 and up 

    Crack the code using a spy tool

    Wednesday, April 10 at 4:15 pm 

    Click here to register 

    Ocean Township Branch

  •       Earth Day

    Puzzle Piece Trees! -Grades Pre-K through 5

    Click here to register

    Drop in and make a beautiful puzzle piece tree!

    Tuesday, April 23 -  1:30 - 3:30 pm 

    Marlboro Branch

  •                   DIA   

    Bilingual Storytime - recommended for ages 5-8

    Literacy and culture in action! Spanish stories, words, and candy-filled craft  

    Wednesday April 24 from 4:15- 4:45 pm 

    Click here to register 

    Wall Township Branch 

Upcoming Childrens Events

Programs

Storytime programs and special events for children of all ages are offered at the Monmouth County Library Branches.  "Click here to see Branch programming". Some programs require registration so please check with your Branch Location.
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