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Free Math Help

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 2:30 PM  -  4:00/5:00 PM

Linda Johansen, "Ms. J", is a recently retired high school math teacher who coached her school district's highly successful middle school MathCounts and high school math league teams. She is able to assist with all subjects from elementary school math to trigonometry and precalculus. 


If math is obtuse to you, stop by and look for the woman with the green "Math Help" sign Tuesdays thru Thursdays from 2:30pm till 4:00 or 5:00 pm - she'll set you right!

Registration is required to attend this program and space is limited. You must be able to attend the program on Thursday, December 9 at 6 PM to participate. A kit will be set aside for you once registered. You can pick it up at the Library before the program.

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Digital Program: Cool-ology presents Curious Colors for Kids! 

Saturday, March 26 @ 11:00 AM

The science of color is more than meets the eye! Kids learn about refraction, color spectrums, primary and secondary colors, and conduct color chemistry experiments. They become color mixologists, create beautiful chromatography art and much more utilizing the science of color!

Activity 1: White bowl or plate, skittles OR gobstoppers OR colored m&m's, cup of water

Activity 2: Water based colored markers (not permanent like sharpies), white coffee filters OR paper towels, high sided tray to put coffee filter/paper towel on (to catch spills), cup with water, pipette OR eyedropper OR straw

Activity 3: Clear cup or glass filled with water, pencil, index card, marker (any color)

Activity 4: High sided tray to catch spills, 2 cups, 2 tsp baking soda, 1/2 cup vinegar, food coloring, paper towels, pipette OR eyedropper OR straw, dish soap, teaspoon

This is an online program. Class size is limited.  Registration is required to attend this program. You will receive a Zoom invitation the morning of the program. 

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Digital Program: Food Explorers Cooking Class for Kids!

Saturday, April 9 @ 3:00 PM 

Join Food Explorers to make Spaghetti and Meatballs! You’ll make your meatballs and tomato sauce completely from scratch

You will need the following ingredients for this recipe:

  •  1 pound ground beef (could also use half ground pork)
  •  1 egg
  •  Breadcrumbs
  •  1 onion, parmesan
  •  Garlic
  • 1 28oz can crushed tomatoes
  • Optional spices such as garlic powder, thyme, rosemary

Exploring food encourages children to learn through sensory experiences, hands-on activities and working together to create delicious results.

Food Explorers provides children with the knowledge to make healthy choices for themselves. By combining nutrition education with cooking and hands-on food exploration, you'll have a Food Explorer in no time!

This is an online program. Class size is limited. Registration is required to attend this program. You will receive a Zoom invitation the morning of the program. For families with children ages 7 and up. You only need to register one family member.

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Digital Program: DIY Pom Pom Flowers Workshop for Kids!

Wednesday, April 13 @ 4:30 PM

Join Hazel on Zoom to learn how to make yarn pom-poms. All you need is a pair of sharp scissors. Stop by the library ahead of time to pick up a grab and go bag with enough yarn to make 2 pom-poms and a template for trimming, pipe cleaners, and denim for making leaves. Geared towards ages 8 and above, or younger if they have parental help.

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In-Person Chess Club for Kids!

Wednesday, April 20 @ 4:30 PM

Welcome to Mystic Noank Library’s Chess Club! The club welcomes children grade 3 and up! We will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 4:30  to 5:30 p.m.

Children should know how the chess pieces move before their first visit. We teach chess strategy, chess sportsmanship, and organize games. 

Sportsman-like conduct is always a goal. Members must be respectful of each other's play, and at the end of each game, win or lose, members must be cordial with one another.

Instructor: 

Michael Grater, library associate and chess enthusiast, leads our Chess Club. He grew up playing chess and continues to play for fun.  Chess is a great game that builds concentration, patience, planning, sportsmanship, and problem-solving skills in children, teens and adults.

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In-person Chess Club for Kids!

Wednesday, April 27 @ 4:30 PM

Welcome to Mystic Noank Library’s Chess Club! The club welcomes children grade 3 and up! We will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 4:30  to 5:30 p.m.

Children should know how the chess pieces move before their first visit. We teach chess strategy, chess sportsmanship, and organize games. 

Sportsman-like conduct is always a goal. Members must be respectful of each other's play, and at the end of each game, win or lose, members must be cordial with one another.

Instructor: 

Michael Grater, library associate and chess enthusiast, leads our Chess Club. He grew up playing chess and continues to play for fun.  Chess is a great game that builds concentration, patience, planning, sportsmanship, and problem-solving skills in children, teens and adults.

Register