Youth Programs

The library hosts regular recurring events (listed below) as well as new programming for kids and teens every month. There are several ways to keep up to date with the latest at the library such as subscribing to our newsletter, picking up an events calendar at the circulation desk, and checking our website home page, Facebook, or Instagram.

LEGO Club

First Thursday of each month from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Come and join the Library’s LEGO Club! We’ll have monthly themes, and each creation will be on display at the library until the following meeting. We have all of the LEGOs you’ll need to build something amazing and all ages are welcome.

All minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by and adult.

Story Time

Story Time, Tuesdays from 11:00 – 11:30am

Little ones are invited to come listen to a story and stay for a craft. Take home a craft kit to make on your own as well!

Musical Story Time, Fridays from 11:000 – 11:30am

Bring the kids and get in the groove with some musical stories. The library even has some small instruments for full participation.

Take-Away Crafts

Stop by the library to pick up a craft bag from the circulation desk. All crafts are family friendly and best for ages 3-7.

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? 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 3:30 p.m. the Livingston Manor Central School. Email manorink@yahoo.com 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 manorink.org. You can also follow Manor Ink on Facebook.

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

http://daybydayny.org/

Links to award-winning children’s books:

http://www.newburghlibrary.org/youth-services/school-age/read/


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