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New Children's Programs Offered at Port Jefferson Free Library

New Children's Programs at Port Jefferson Free Library.

In addition to our regular programs enjoyed by our young patrons, we are always on the lookout for new ideas to spark their interests and enrich their lives.  The following programs have been added for early March:

The Hobby of Sports Card Collecting

Saturday, March 2 at 2:00 PM          

For ages: 7 - 12 years old 

Sports enthusiast Brian Mori will discuss the history of Topps sports cards, as well as interactive sports cards and games on the Internet. Each child participating in the program will receive a starter sports card collecting gift bag. Registration is in progress. Parents are welcome!

Little Wing

Saturday, March 9 at 1:00 OR 2:00 PM

For ages: 4 - 5 years old

School of Rock Port Jefferson presents this FUN class, infused with rock music, during which children will participate in games and other activities set to some of the most important music of our time. Registration is in progress. It is also time to bring back the very informative and timely...

Getting Ready to Babysit Workshop

Saturday, March 2   11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

For those in Grades 6 - 8

This three-hour course is designed to help teens develop the skills necessary for babysitting. Topics will include child safety, developmental stages and planning age-appropriate activities. Certification by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County will be awarded upon completion of the course. A $10 fee is required, payable at the time of registration, by check to "Port Jefferson Free Library." Registration is in progress.

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