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Vicki DiSanto-
Children's Librarian 
Beth Levine- Library Assistant

Our programs are funded by Friends of Somers Library through your support!

All Children's programs are cancelled through November (some may be available virtually).
Library remains closed now~ until further notice.
Curbside pickup is available!

polymer clay Gingerbread House TUTORIAL (collab video) - YouTube
Zoom Program: Create a Gingerbread House Pop-Up with Model Magic Clay 
Art Workshop*
     with Wendy Podell
for children ages 4-12
Date:  Saturday, December 5
Time: 10:30-11:30am

   Registration ends Dec 3!
Prior registration required~ register here*.
Call Vicki or Beth at 914-232-5717 to schedule curbside pick up of materials
not later than Dec 4.
A Zoom invitation will be sent prior to program start time.  Please do not share this link.
Materials supplied by Somers Library which you will need to pick up prior the Zoom Art workshop. 
 * pop up card
 * 1 package of model magic clay
 * 2 straws
 * 4 circle stickers (assorted colors)
     * 4 snowflakes
     *1 gingerbread person
 * 1 brown paper house

Materials you will need to have ready from home.
 * Scissor
 * Glue
 * Markers
* An adult will be needed to assist younger children with the workshop. Have  fun and be creative!

We have something new for Children and Families at Somers Library!
Binge boxes are collections of themed DVD’s which we have put together for your viewing pleasure.
This is a great way to check out 4 or more titles at one time in a genre you enjoy.
(We also have binge boxes for adults.)
To discover which individual titles the boxes contain, search “Somers Binge Box” in the Westchester Library System catalog
Binge Box Topics are:
~Books to Movies- PreSchool
~Books to Movies
~Charlie Brown- Peanuts
~Ocean Adventure
~PBS Kids
~Scooby Doo
These collections can be checked out as a curbside pick-up 
or during a half hour visit to the library.
Appointments must be made in advance for either type of check out.
For curbside pick-up, please fill out
To schedule a library visit, call (914-232-5717) or email us at
You have fourteen (14) days to enjoy the DVDs

Zoom Program-
Pajama Story Time~

Tuesdays 6:30-7pm
Nov 17 
        Dec 1, 8, 15*, 

Hear stories read by Diana Cunningham.
*There will be a special Stuffed Animal Sleepover Story Time on Dec 15. Bring your favorite stuffed toy with you to Story Time.

Please note:  There is no story time on 11/3, 11/10, or 11/24.

Prior registration is required 
Register here to received the Zoom link for this program. 
Funding provided by the Friends of the Somers Library. 

Sign-up for
'1,000 Books Before Kindergarten'.
You will receive a packet with a reading folder, adult bookmark, child's bookmark, and a sticker for your child.
Read a book (any book!) to your newborn, infant and/or toddler.  One book each night will yield 365 books per year!
Check out books from Somers Library or use your own.
For every 100 books read, come into the library and your child will receive a sticker for 100, 200, 300, etc. books read!
To sign up: call Vicki or Beth to set up a curbside appointment to pick up your packet of materials!

Zoom StoryTimes!

Join Doris Jane Smith for stories and storytelling!

Nov 10: Hibernation
Nov 24: Thanksgiving
Dec 1:  Holidays

Time:  4:00-4:45pm

Prior registration required*~ register here.
*Registration covers all 3 programs.

A Zoom link will be sent prior to program start.

StoryWalk  Returns monthly Aug to Dec 2020!
 See below for titles and dates!
  Enjoy the beauty of the seasons in the park and the outdoors as you walk in a socially distant manner around the outside of the library and read:

Nov 16-25:  Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano
Dec 11-23:  Snow by Uri Shulevitz (weather permitting)

The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg Hubbard Library.

Funding for this program provided by Friends of Somers Library