Youth Services






For Children


     

Notice: In-house children's programming is suspended until further notice, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. 

Toddler Time  Monday & Thursday Mornings  ~ 10:30 – 10:55 a.m.

Intended for children 1-3 years and their parents, this program includes lots of movement, songs, finger plays and books just right for this age group.   Lasting approximately 20-25 minutes, the program is followed by coloring time for the children and visiting time for the parents.


Club Discovery  (1) PreK-2, Wed. ~ 2:30-4:45 (2) Gr 3-5, Thurs. ~ 2:30-4:30

During the school-year, for boys & girls reading on their own. In Club Discovery we do word puzzles, riddles, dilemmas, and a lot of singing.  This is a chance for children to work on earning reading badges, team work, and problem solving as a group.  Registration required as space is limited.

Brown Bag Lunch Programs

Summer sessions - ** Registration Required **
 
For 4 & 5 year olds, seven weeks, limited to 25 children. Children will bring a lunch to eat while listening to new stories. There will be a simple craft project to complete and bring home. A circle time with songs and movement will finish hour and a half program.

For club kids ages 7 and up, seven weeks, limited to 25 children. This program will be a continuation of our after school book club program. Children will bring their lunch to eat while listening to new stories along with a chapter book. The art project will be a group project that will be displayed in the fairy garden. They will have library time along with encouragement to continue earning their book badges. 

The Maine Discovery Museum is currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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