On Friday, December 5 at 10:30 AM, children are invited to Cocoa & Christmas Stories with Sgt. Semosky! Get into the spirit of the season while sipping cocoa and listening to Sgt. Semosky read aloud holiday tales! Attendees are requested to bring along new, unwrapped toys for the Oxford Resident State Troopers’ annual “Toys for Tots Drive” for Oxford children. No registration is required for this free event.
You love the books but have you seen the TV show? On Thursday, November 20 at 5:30 PM, watch an exciting Geronimo Stilton episode about the mouse reporter who is always getting caught up in a new adventure! Registration is required. To sign up, call the library at 203-888-6944.
PSST! Haven’t read any Geronimo Stilton books before? Check one out from the juvenile fiction section today!
Can’t get enough Halloween? If your family has already attended the library’s Trick or Treat Storytimes on Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, plus the Monstrous Makeup event for tweens and teens on Oct. 30, and Oct. 31 has come and gone, you may think you have to say goodbye to all the spooktacular fun until next year. It might be enough to cause you to make like a ghost and say “BOO HOO!” But don’t fret! The Junior Friends of the Library have planned a We Want More Halloween! Costume Party for November!
On Nov. 6 at 4:30 PM, kids of all ages are invited to participate in a costume contest, play a Mummy Wrap game, play spooky Mad Libs, and watch an episode of Goosebumps! Registration is required for this bootiful opportunity to celebrate all things Halloween – even after October is over!
On Monday, October 20 at 5:30 PM, children in grades K-3 are invited to discover “How Many Seeds are in a Pumpkin?” Listen to the story by Margaret McNamara. Then, take part in a pumpkin dissection! Registration is required!
To learn about more autumn and Halloween events at the library, check out our calendar!
On Thursday, August 21 at 4 PM, children entering third grade – sixth grade can compete in an Eyes-Shut Drawing Contest. Contestants will follow instructions to draw a picture with their eyes squeezed shut. Participants will then act as judges. The winning artist will receive a bag of art supplies donated by the Friends of the Library in Oxford. Registration is required.
For a complete schedule of August events, visit our Calendar page!
Reading is a Treat! That’s the name of this year’s food-themed summer reading program at the Oxford Public Library! Registration begins on Monday, June 16 at noon! To keep track of reading on paper, kids and teens can register in person at the library. To keep track of reading online, they can register at a link to be posted here on June 16. So save the date and prepare for a summer filled with fun!
In the meantime, call or stop by the library to sign up for our summer kickoff event on Monday, June 16 at 5 PM: Frisbee Freestyle Interactive Playshop with two-time World Freestyle Champion Todd Brodeur! Registration is required for this exciting free program!