In addition to the regular programming listed below, our youth services department holds several family friendly programs throughout the year, including afternoon movies, petting zoos, nature shows, and of course our summer reading program. Photos from past programs can be seen on our photo page at https://cubalibrary.org/photos/
Our Toddler University story time is for children who are 2 before October 1. It is held Thursdays from 10 – 10:45 AM. Caregiver(s) must attend with the child. Besides reading 2-3 books each week, there will be songs, movement, games, crafts, and playtime, introducing your child to the joys of books, reading, and learning.
Preschool University story time is for children who are already 3 or 4 years old at the beginning of the school year. It is held Tuesdays from 10 – 11 AM. Caregiver(s) must attend with the child. Besides reading 3 -4 books each week, there will be songs, movement, games, crafts, and playtime. This time helps acclimate your child to a classroom-like setting in a fun, flexible way. Both groups will have some STEAM activities incorporated throughout the year.
Classes are tentatively set to begin the first week of October, but this is subject to change. To register, please contact the library at 585.968.1668.
A cooking club for students ages 9-12 after school on Tuesdays beginning January 11th through February 15th, 2022. This club will meet from 330-430. We will learn kitchen basics, kitchen safety, and nutrition while we prepare some easy dishes and snacks. If your child has any food allergies, please mention these when registering. Registration is required and space is limited for this group, so please contact the library to sign up.
This highly popular group is full at this time, but keep an eye out for additional tween programs to come!
Past programming for tweens has included STEAM club, Tweens in the Kitchen, Journaling Club, and Lego Club.
Teens (ages 13 – 18) are invited at certain times throughout the year to share their ideas for programs and library materials. Teens come for a casual hangout sesh to talk about the kinds of programs and activities they’d like to see at the library. Registration is usually requested but teens are free to come even if they didn’t sign up.
Past programming for teens has included escape rooms, board game nights, video game competitions, role playing games, after hours game parties, and even a winter dance.