A week of environmental science and awareness for youth at Red Hook Public Library.
Just because school is out doesn’t mean learning stops: From 1-3 PM on Monday April 10th through Friday April 14th, the Red Hook Public Library will lead kids through a program centered on environmental science and conservation. Activities will include seed bombs, terrarium building, and crafting with recycled materials.
Students in grades 3-5 will meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday, while K-2 students will meet on Tuesday and Thursday. Students in grades 6-8 can join in the fun Friday night at 5:00 for a pizza party and a screening of Pixar’s A Bug’s Life.
Like all programs at the Red Hook Public Library, attendance is free. However due to limited space registration is required. Please visit the front desk or call 758-3241.
Red Hook Public Library has been serving the community of Red Hook and its need for lifelong learning since 1898. I has been designated a five-star library by Library Journal since 2013. The library was chosen as a finalist for the Best Small Library in America award, given by Library Journal and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in 2015.