Today's EventsEvent Calendar
For babies who are walking and talking and their adult caregivers. Join us for songs, stories, music and activities. Registration required.
For toddlers and preschoolers ready for a longer, more active program and their adult caregivers. Develop pre-literacy skills with books, songs, games, rhymes, movies, crafts and creative play. Registration required.
High school kids meet in the program room at Stamford Centre Library to eat, read, relax and chat during their scheduled lunch break.
Join other crafters, knitters, crocheters and artists for an afternoon of sharing and learning. Bring your tools and supplies and spend the afternoon sharing patterns, ideas and more. No registration required.
For the youngest babies and their adult caregivers. If you're not yet walking and talking, this is the program for you! Come and have fun with music, rhymes, tickles and bounces. Bring a blanket and let us introduce you and your baby to a variety of board books and activities. 20 - 30 minutes. Registration required.
For those with moderate computer knowledge and skill. Transforming a design into a physical object has never been easier or faster. Get an overview of 3D design and modeling techniques for modern rapid prototyping applications. Participate in a hands-on project that will allow you to apply what you learn. Create your own design and see the process through to the final printed production. This is the first class in a series of two. All ages.
Move, countermove—learn the basics of chess. It’s sports for your brain. Children age 7 must have a parent or guardian remain in the library during the program. Registration required.
Earn community involvement hours, build leadership skills and have a say in teen activities at the library! No registration required.
Drop in for all kinds of fun, including video games, board games, LEGO and more! All ages. No registration required.
A fun-filled story time for learning about letters and numbers. Ages 2-3. Registration required.
Turn your imagination into art! We supply all the creative materials. All ages.
In an increasingly tech-powered world, learning to code is becoming as important as learning to read. Caregivers, give your kids a leg-up by working together with them to learn the basics of coding and computational thinking using mobile devices, robots, and easily accessible coding tools. Each session will focus on activities that you can continue outside of the Library. We provide all technology and learning tools, but you're welcome to bring your own devices as well. Ages: 5 years+ with caregiver. Registration required.