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2020-01-20 Minecraft

Bring your library card to the Youth Services desk to pick up a ticket. 10 tickets are available for each 1 hour session and will be given out on a first come, first serve basis. Each player must have their own library card in good standing.


2020-01-20 Storytime: Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.

Singing, Playing, Reading, Writing, and Talking are the 5 skills for Every Child Ready to Read using the library's juvenile collection, presented by the library staff to encourage parent/caregivers to interact with their children. 

Every Child Ready to Read program, is a research-based series of practices that can help young children develop essential literacy skills that will help them get ready to read and on the right path to school readiness and student success.

Read in our little corner with Joyce Grimm and her therapeutic dog from 11-12noon.


2020-01-20 STEM and Activities/Crafts

STEM and Activities/Crafts until Noon


2020-01-20 Movies for Kids

Double Matinee for Kids.


2020-01-20 Girls Who Code

Farmington Public Library has partnered with Girls Who Code (GWC) this year to bring free computer science learning opportunities to our community. Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Participants not only learn hard coding skills and computational thinking, but they'll also learn project management skills, collaboration, bravery, resilience, how to positively impact their community, and so much more.

Participants will use laptops to create their own Scratch Project.  Every time the participant attends, they can login in and continue on their boards, set up by the Farmington Public Library.

Consider visiting the Girls Who Code website and sign up to continue projects at home.  Parent or guardian must provide an email address and login to SCRATCH

View Impact Projects created at the Farmington Public Library search for fplgwcproject and select Studios.