Children and Teens

“Today’s Youth are Tomorrow’s Leaders…”

The Livingston Manor Free Library offers ongoing programs and resources for youth of all ages, including preschool, children and young adults. See below for a complete schedule of events and programs:

Summer Reading Program 2021

Come join the fun at the library this summer, ages Pre-K- 8th Grade!

Story Time and Story Time and Crafts

Story Time, Tuesdays, 11:15 a.m.

Story Time and Crafts, Saturdays, 10:30 a.m.

Join Jessica Davis for stories, rhymes and fun crafts every week on Facebook Live. Check out Story Time on Tuesdays at 11:15 a.m. and Story Time and Crafts on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Pick up a craft bag at the library with everything you need for the Saturday craft. Visit and click on the Facebook “Like” image to join.

Weekly Take-Away Crafts

Come grab a craft bag for your household featuring a different craft offered every Friday.

Everything to build your best craft is included.

For ages 3-7 available all week on our entrance table.

Email us a picture of your completed craft and appear on our Manor Makers Wall of Fame!

Give us your best smile from your personal craft space!

Alex Cavouras picks up a craft kit.

Teens: Manor Ink Needs You

Manor Ink is produced by teens of the Livingston Manor Community.

Calling young adults ages 12 to 21! Are you interested in writing? Photography? Videography? Selling? Sports reporting? Art? Graphic design? Manor Ink, our hometown monthly newspaper, needs you! Manor Ink is produced by teens through the Livingston Manor Library. Meetings are every Wednesday at 2:50 p.m. on Zoom. Email if you would like to join. New members with diverse interests and talents are needed to continue to make Manor Ink the newspaper everyone is talking about! Some paying assignments are available. The papers are available at many locations around town and the online version can be seen at You can also “like” Manor Ink on Facebook!

Helpful Links

A website for young children and their families with daily activities to promote early learning provided by the NYS Library:

Links to award-winning children’s books:

Stand Against Racism in Education Presents:

The Community Advocacy & Discussions Club

Beginning Monday, May 17 at 6:00 p.m.

Below you can find the links to the Zoom registration and to the SARE website where you can find additional information about the club such as the selected books, articles and documentaries as well as an updated tentative schedule for meetings. 

Link to Register for Zoom Meeting:

Link to Webpage:

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