92 Main Street
Livingston Manor, NY 12758
Phone: (845) 439-5440
Fax: (845) 439-3141

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Children & Teens

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 being offered.

 

Preschool & Toddlers

 

August Enrichment Puppet Program

Regards to the Man in the Moon

Children in grades 2 to 4 are welcome to register for the August Enrichment Puppet Program, supported by the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. Click here for more information!

 

Preschool Storytime: Join us on Tuesdays 11:15 to 11:45 a.m.

 

Storytime
Preschool Storytime at the library

Storytime leader Chatral A’dze welcomes children ages 2 to 5 to hear stories, sing songs and play games. As a library volunteer, Chatral enjoys sharing the stories and songs taught to her by her mother and finding new library books for young children. Her lively readings and energetic circle games create an atmosphere of fun in which children enjoy listening to stories and interacting with each other. Parents/caregivers and siblings are welcome to participate in the games and to explore the resources the library has to offer.

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For Children

Comics Club!
Adventures in Visual Storytelling

Comics Club!

Comics Club!
Adventures in Visual Storytelling

with Ira Marcks

Comics Club! is coming to the Livingston Manor Library on Saturday, June 28. Comic Club! Adventures in Storytelling is a free 3-hour workshop about discovering the art and craft of visual storytelling. Young people ages 9 and up with an interest in art, stories and teamwork are encouraged to register. The program will run from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.

Comics Club! is about making comics. It's about the language of drawing. It’s about encouraging creative ideas, collaborative thinking and a sense of clarity through visual art. The workshop will involve brainstorming, plotting story, character design, developing style and a unique point of view. Students will work together developing plots, sharing options and having fun while expressing themselves.

Workshop leader Ira Marcks is a teacher and illustrator. He works with libraries, schools and museums presenting workshops with a focus on visual storytelling. He also hosts classes at his home-base, Tiger Trap Studio in Troy, NY. His work has appeared in various national publications and comic anthologies. Ira's latest graphic novel is called Witch Knots.

Space is limited. Please call to register: 439-5440.

The library is located at 92 Main Street in Livingston Manor.

 

 

 

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Monday Afternoon Book Club at the Library

Calling 3rd to 5th graders! The Monday Afternoon Book Club needs you. We have a great time every Monday from 3:00 to 4:00 listening to, reading and talking about stories and books. We are taking turns reading Pippy Longstocking now and will soon share stories from Alice in Wonderland and then go see the movie at Bethel Woods. Ms. Lena Lundquist is our leader and Ms. Val Taggart helps us make amazing craft projects to go with the stories. Ms. Carol Christensen reads to us and makes delicious snacks. We would like more kids to join us, so please call the library to let us know you will be stopping by to check out the Monday Afternoon Book Club!

All are welcome and there is no charge for participation. For more information or to register, call the library at 439-5440.

Monday Afternoon Book Club at the Library
The Monday Afternoon Book Club

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For Teens

 

Teens: Manor Ink Needs You

Manor Ink
Manor Ink is produced by teens at the Livingston Manor Library.

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 at the Livingston Manor Library. Check it out, every Monday at 3:00 p.m. or send an email to manorink@yahoo.com. 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.com. You can also “like” Manor Ink on Facebook!


Manor Ink

To learn about the library’s youth-run newspaper, Manor Ink, go to http://www.manorink.com/index.html and Livingston Manor Ink on Facebook.

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