Elcee and Dewey are always here to greet you. They love to have stories read to them. Do you have a favorite story to share?
A scavenger hunt is always going on in the Children's room. See if you can find all of the items. Visit the Circulation desk for the game.
If you have any questions, please call the Children's Room phone number at 603-772-6036.
Children's Room Happenings
Summer Reading Programs -2022
"NEW" Art Club
Art Club is here at the library! Kids ages 8+ can sign-up for Art Club to think outside of the box and create new fun types of art!
Art Club will meet the third Thursday of every month at 3:30-pm to 5pm.
Free and open for kids ages 8+. Questions? 603-772-6036
Story Time and Book Groups
Story Time is Back!
Children are welcome to join the fun listening to a story every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 AM.
Lap-Sit Story Time
All ages with a caretaker
Join us every Wednesday 10 AM - 11 AM
Book Groups will return in the fall!
The Summer Reading Program begins July 5th!
It's back! Kids age 5 & up can come explore the Library's massive LEGO collection and build cool, unique creations! Each meeting has a theme but participants are always welcome to free-build whatever their heart desires.
Want to learn how to sew?
Sewing with Margaret is Back!
The sewing sessions take place every 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. Check out the Upcoming Events page for dates.
Any one 8 years or older is welcomed to join. Sign up anytime at the Children's Room circulation desk. This event is free and all supplies are provided by the library.
New to the Children's Room
Thanks to patrons donations kids can check out video games.
Come in and see the variety of games to play!
Photo of Assistant Teen Librarian Chandra Boudreau and Children's Room Will Gleed, photo credits: Bob Albright/Seacoastonline
Game on! Exeter scores grant to start PlayStation, Nintendo video game library!
The library has been awarded a $22,613 grant to create a New Hampshire Gaming Library. The grant is part of the American Rescue Plan of 2021 and is being facilitated by the N.H. State Library. Check out the article from the Seacoastonline's Exeter Newsletter