Kids Events

Check out our full event calendar for a list of all our programs.

View our summer programs for kids and teens brochure!

Summer Reading Requirements:

Groton Middle School: Groton Middle School is asking all incoming 6th, 7th and 8th grade students to complete a summer reading challenge. There are no required reading lists. We just ask that students read a book and complete at least one question on the bookmark sheet they take home. Bookmark sheets will also be available at your local public libraries. Students may complete an online reading form in place of the bookmark. Each completed bookmark/reading form will be an entry into a drawing to win a gift card! For more information, please see this GMS slideshow. See our Groton Middle School Summer Reading page for more information!

Children's First Groton: Groton kids are ACTIVE, LEARNING, HEALTHY & SAFE...help them have fun and explore this summer with the FREE “Groton GO Explore!” activity sheet developed by Children First Groton. Sheets do not need to be turned in, but you can sign up with your email address to be invited to our FREE and FUN 2024 Summer Celebration events: https://forms.gle/7XKJEDHLLjWkdSgk9

About CFG: Children First Groton is dedicated to the mission that all Groton children, birth to age eight, are healthy, safe, successful learners connected to strong families in a community that values diversity.

Visit childrenfirstgroton.org to download black & white or full-color PDF versions, and find a community calendar of local children's events. Follow CFG's brand new Instagram @officialchildrenfirstgroton and Facebook pages: Children First Groton CT - Verified Page for resources, events and more.

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Stories, Music (nursery rhymes) and Dancing!

Wednesdays at 10:30 AM

Storytime for Little Learners provides multisensory experiences in science, engineering, mathematics, the arts and reading! Seeing, hearing and touching are all important parts of this meaningful learning experience. Best for ages 6 months to 5 years old.

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Chess Club for Kids!

Wednesdays at 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.

Registration Dates

 

Family Yoga with Lianne's Healing Creations!

Thursday, June 20 @ 11:00am

Come and enjoy yoga and mindfulness together as a community! During this class, children and families will have fun learning various yoga poses and sequences. We will use music and rhythm throughout the class to accompany the postures. Mindfulness-based teachings and breathing techniques will be introduced. At the end of class, we will focus on relaxation and self-regulation techniques while listening to live music.

This class will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. 

Best for ages 4-8! Registration required. 

Learn more about Lianne's Healing Creations at http://www.lianneshealingcreations.com/

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15 Minute Field Trips! Backyard Bees!

Thursday, June 20 @ 3:00pm

Learn the various roles of honeybees through role play and about the many other pollinators in garden. Make a pollinator puppet to take home.  Best for ages 6 and up! 

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Science Heroes: Adventure of the Lost Treasure!

Friday, June 21 @ 4:00pm

Join us on a treasure-hunting adventure deep within the jungle! We will use the events in the story to explore several exciting science concepts:
 -Air pressure
 -Energy transfer
 -Physical vs. chemical changes
Volunteers help conduct each experiment and the whole audience gets involved in changing variables, making predictions, and comparing results! We’ll even bring some experiments out into the crowd for all to see. This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.
Experience the fusion of science and stories!

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Duct Tape Milk Carton Birdfeeders!

Monday, June 24 @ 11:00am

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will make duct tape milk carton birdfeeders. Feeding birds helps encourage biodiversity of songbirds in the backyard.

Best for ages 3-10!

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Inspiration Station for Tweens and Teens! Duct Tape Milk Carton Birdfeeders!

Monday, June 24 @ 2:30pm

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will make duct tape milk carton birdfeeders. Feeding birds helps encourage biodiversity of songbirds in the backyard.

Best for ages 11 and up!

Register

 

Food Explorers! Fruit Crumbles!

Tuesday, June 25 @ 3:30 pm

Food Explorers for a deliciously fruity cooking class! You’ll be making Mini Fruit Cobblers by making a sweet fruit filling topped with a crumbly topping made of oats, brown sugar and cinnamon. Recipe is nut free but will contain dairy.

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Habitats are Homes with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, June 26 @ 11:00AM

Learn more about our local habitats and why they are so important. Meet some of the animals living in different habitats and then make seed bombs to help your own yard become an even better habitat! This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting.

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Family Yoga with Lianne's Healing Creations!

Thursday, June 27 @ 11:00am

Come and enjoy yoga and mindfulness together as a community! During this class, children and families will have fun learning various yoga poses and sequences. We will use music and rhythm throughout the class to accompany the postures. Mindfulness-based teachings and breathing techniques will be introduced. At the end of class, we will focus on relaxation and self-regulation techniques while listening to live music.

This class will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. 

Best for ages 4-8! Registration required. 

Learn more about Lianne's Healing Creations at http://www.lianneshealingcreations.com/

Register

 

Cool-ology! Powerful Pollinators

Thursday, June 27 @ 3:30pm

Learn about powerful pollinators with Cool-ology! For Ages 7 and Up!

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DJ Red Supreme!

Friday, June 28 @ 4:00pm

Kids will exercise, learn some dance moves, and be entertained by DJ Red Supreme.

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Yarn Butterflies!

Monday, July 1 @ 11:00am

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will make yarn butterflies with popsicle sticks! Encouraging caterpillars and butterflies into the landscape encourages pollination of flowers to grow food!

Best for ages 3-10!

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Talewise! Science Lab: Action & Reactions for Tweens and Teens!

Monday, July 1 @ 2:30pm

All new experiments for summer 2024! In this brand new science workshop just for teens, we’ll work together to explore and investigate amazing science concepts using confetti cannons, soda bottles, nail polish remover, and more!

Through hands-on experiments and exciting STEM challenges, workshop participants will get to test out their ideas and discover the actions and reactions of physical science!

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Food Explorers! Pinkalicious Parfait!

Tuesday, July 2 @ 3:30pm

Food Explorers for a deliciously sweet and fruity cooking program! You’ll be making
Pinkalicious Parfaits
by layering vanilla cake, raspberry whipped cream and fresh raspberries. Recipe is nut free but will contain dairy, eggs and gluten.

Generously funded by the Rotary Club of Mystic --- thank you!

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Nature's Recyclers with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, July 3 @ 11:00am

What happens to nature's trash? Learn about vultures, insects and other decomposers and the important role they play in our environment. Search through leaf litter to see if you can find one nature's recyclers.

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting.

For ages 7 and up. Registration required.

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Jester Jim!

Friday, July 5 @ 4:00pm

Discover this interactive program with floor games and  learn some dance moves!

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Cupcake Liner Flowers!

Monday, July 8 @ 11:00am

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will make cupcake liner flowers! Growing flowers in the landscape protects biodiversity by providing food for birds and insects.

Best for ages 3-10!

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Inspiration Station for Tweens and Teens! Painting Acrylic Landscapes!

Monday, July 8 @ 2:30pm

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will learn to paint landscapes of trees, mountains and water. Appreciating the natural world encourages us to take care of our environment.

Best for ages 11 and up!

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Genesis: A Poetry Group

Monday, July 8 @ 6:00pm

Genesis: the origin or coming into being of something

Calling all poets, poets-to-be, contemporaries & contemplatives, and admirers of the written word. Join us for a new poetry writing group that will meet (generally) on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6 PM in the Library's Ames Room. Each meeting we will explore a new poem to read deeply together and parse out its images, references, poetic devices, and possible meanings to cultivate a deeper appreciation for poetry. Then we will take the opportunity to generate our own writing in response to a prompt rooted in the poem we just read. Your responses do not need to be in meter or rhyme (or even have line breaks!) and sharing what you've written is not required. You are welcome to simply come listen and enjoy the musicality of language as well. 

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Food Explorers! Coffee Latte Cake Cups!

Tuesday, July 9 @ 3:30pm

Join Food Explorers to make Coffee Latte Trifles! You’ll be making coffee flavored cake pops to crumble up as your cake layer, chocolate pudding and homemade whipped cream with a hint of coffee. Recipe is nut free but will contain dairy, eggs and gluten.

Generously funded by the Rotary Club of Mystic --- thank you!
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Save the Animals with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, July 10 @ 11:00am

Many animals are facing the threat of extinction, but you can help! Meet live animals and learn how you can help their species with some simple tips.

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting!

For ages 7 and up. Registration required.

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Family Yoga with Lianne's Healing Creations!

Thursday, July 11 @ 11:00am

Come and enjoy yoga and mindfulness together as a community! During this class, children and families will have fun learning various yoga poses and sequences. We will use music and rhythm throughout the class to accompany the postures. Mindfulness-based teachings and breathing techniques will be introduced. At the end of class, we will focus on relaxation and self-regulation techniques while listening to live music.

This class will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. 

Best for ages 4-8! Registration required. 

Learn more about Lianne's Healing Creations at http://www.lianneshealingcreations.com/

Register

 

Cool-ology! Flower Power STEAM Lab

Thursday, July 11 @ 3:30pm 

Explore STEAM Flower Power with Cool-ology! Ages 7 and Up! 

Generously funded by the Groton Education Foundation --- thank you!

Register

 

Bryson Lang: The Cure for the Common Show!

Friday, July 12 @ 4:00pm

This family friendly show mixes comedy, audience participation, ball spinning, ball bouncing, fire juggling, improv, and always a few surprises!

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Tin Can Pencil Holders!

Monday, July 15 @ 11:00am 

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will paint tin cans to create pencil holders. Reusing and repurposing materials helps reduce waste.

Best for ages 3-10!

Register

 

Inspiration Station for Tweens and Teens! Tin Can Pencil Holders!

Monday, July 15 @ 2:30pm

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will paint tin cans to create pencil holders. Reusing and repurposing materials helps reduce waste.

Best for ages 11 and up!

Register

 

Local Authors Writing Workshop: Memoir & Personal Essay

Monday, July 15 @ 7:00pm

Welcome to the Mystic & Noank Library's Local Authors Writing Workshop Series for the summer of 2024. This is the fourth year we've run the series as part of our adult summer reading program, connecting readers and aspiring writers with authors who live in or near our community. You may attend each of these workshops either in person or virtually. You must register for each workshop separately.

Upcoming workshops:
Historical Fiction with Lisa Hall Brownell. Mon, July 22, 7 - 8:30.
Poetry with Sean Frederick Forbes. Mon, July 29, 7 - 8:30.

Writing the Difficult Topic: Memoir & Personal Essay with Mary Collins
Often the best nonfiction wrestles with the most difficult and emotional topics, which lends it great power, but also presents the writer with unique obstacles. How do you write about people you know, especially in a fraught narrative? What sort of legal issues do you need to worry about? How do you step away from your own emotions and find the best story or essay? In the end, you want it to matter to a general reader, not just you. How can you make that happen? This workshop is ideal for anyone writing true first-person stories, either essay or book-length.

Bio
Mary Collins directs the Writing Minors at Central Connecticut State University and teaches a nonfiction workshop every summer for the Yale Summer Writing Program. Winner of the teaching award at CCSU, Collins' books, features and essays have received national awards and recognition. Prior to moving to CT in 2007, she worked as a writer and editor for National Geographic and the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. For more, visit www.marycollinswriter.com.

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Food Explorers! Strawberry Shortcake Cups!

Tuesday, July 16 @ 3:30pm

Join Food Explorers for a deliciously sweet hour of baking! You’ll be making Strawberry Shortcake Parfaits and creating 4 different layers from scratch! From the homemade cake, to the jam, sliced strawberries and whipped cream, you’ll be making it all. Recipe is
nut free but will contain dairy, eggs and gluten. Ingredient substitutions are not available.

Generously funded by the Rotary Club of Mystic --- thank you!

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Animal Rehabilitation Stories with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, July 17 from 11:00am - 12:00pm

Discover the interesting and important work wildlife rehabilitators do to help injured animals! We will talk about what it means to be a rehabilitator, what you can do at home to protect wildlife and meet some of the Nature Center's non-releasable animal residents.

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting!

For ages 7 and up. Registration required.

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Family Yoga with Lianne's Healing Creations!

Thursday, July 18 @ 11:00am 

Come and enjoy yoga and mindfulness together as a community! During this class, children and families will have fun learning various yoga poses and sequences. We will use music and rhythm throughout the class to accompany the postures. Mindfulness-based teachings and breathing techniques will be introduced. At the end of class, we will focus on relaxation and self-regulation techniques while listening to live music.

This class will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. 

Best for ages 4-8! Registration required. 

Learn more about Lianne's Healing Creations at http://www.lianneshealingcreations.com/

Register

 

Cool-ology! Animal Anatomy!

Thursday, July 18 @ 3:30pm

Explore Animal Anatomy with Cool-ology! For Ages 7 and Up!

Generously funded by the Groton Education Foundation --- thank you!

Register

 

Roode Concert Series: The Rivergods

Thursday, July 18 @ 6:30pm 

Join us this summer for the Mystic & Noank Library's annual Roode Memorial Concert Series, a series of free outdoor concerts on the grounds of the Mystic & Noank Library! These concerts celebrate the life of Mystic & Noank Library patrons Agnes and Carl Roode. The Roodes were longtime Mystic residents who loved music and the Library. Their family continues the tradition of honoring their legacy with a wonderful lineup of talented musicians in 2024. 

Please bring your own lawn chair, blankets, or other seating to your comfort level. In the event of rain, indoor attendance will be limited, and the Library will welcome the first 50 guests to arrive. 

Performer Bio:

The Rivergods are a memorable, original, award-winning act based in southeastern CT that has played its own heartfelt harmony-rich folky/rootsy/rockish music since 1997. The Rivergods are fronted by husband/wife songwriters, Ben and Nancy Parent, who often perform as a duo. Ben and Nancy have written and performed together for over 25 years, and blend their voices with the sort of instinctual harmonies that are perhaps only achieved through blood, time or marriage. The full band includes a rotating lineup of some of the finest, most talented players in southern New England, who round out the couple’s harmonious Americana sound.

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Rolie Polie Guacamole! Family Concert!

Friday, July 19 @ 3:00pm

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Botanical Trees!

Monday, July 22 @ 11:00am

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will create botanical trees with leaves, flowers and glue. Planting trees helps clean our air and aid in land conservation.

Best for ages 3-10!

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Inspiration Station for Tweens and Teens! Botanical Trees!

Monday, July 22 @ 2:30pm

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will create botanical trees with leaves, flowers and glue. Planting trees helps clean our air and aid in land conservation.

Best for ages 11 and up!

Register

 

Local Authors Writing Workshop: Historical Fiction

Monday, July 22 @ 7:00pm

Welcome to the Mystic & Noank Library's Local Authors Writing Workshop Series for the summer of 2024. This is the fourth year we've run the series as part of our adult summer reading program, connecting readers and aspiring writers with authors who live in or near our community. These workshops are all in person. You must register for each workshop separately.

Upcoming workshops:
Poetry with Sean Frederick Forbes. Mon, July 29, 7 - 8:30.

Historical Fiction: Breathing Life into the Past with Lisa Hall Brownell
Hidden between the lines of recorded history are untold stories of people who lived during those times. Starting to write historical fiction doesn’t take a time machine. It does, however, require curiosity, a passion for research, and a willingness to take risks. Workshop leader Lisa Hall Brownell will use examples from her own novel, Gallows Road, to discuss point-of-view, building a character, and balancing facts versus fiction. She also will discuss how novels such as “The Underground Railroad” or “Horse” are changing the rules of the genre. Then, for fun, the workshop will conclude with a short writing exercise, relying on prompts from old photographs and illustrations.

Bio
LISA HALL BROWNELL, a fiction writer and editor, believes that stories have the power to connect one person to another, and past to present. Her historical novel, Gallows Road, (Elm Grove Press, 2022) has earned widespread acclaim. Brownell is finishing her second novel, Vee’s Bracelet, set in the Great Depression and is writing a collection of short stories. After graduating from Brown University, she earned an M.A. in English with a concentration in creative writing from San Francisco State University. A former media relations director for Mystic Seaport Museum and director of publications for Connecticut College, Brownell edited and wrote for an award-winning magazine. She is a member of the Historical Novel Society of North America. As a member of the Mystic Writers, she helps to manage their website and blog, https://mysticwriters.org.

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Life Under a Log with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, July 24 @ 11:00am 

Invertebrates, frogs, snakes: fallen logs may seem unassuming, but they are full of life! Slugs, salamanders, spiders, frogs, snakes and more critters make their homes under rocks and logs. Meet some animals from the Nature Center and learn why logs are such an important part of the ecosystem!

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting!

For ages 7 and up. Registration required.

Register

 

Family Yoga with Lianne's Healing Creations!

Thursday, July 25 @ 11:00am 

Come and enjoy yoga and mindfulness together as a community! During this class, children and families will have fun learning various yoga poses and sequences. We will use music and rhythm throughout the class to accompany the postures. Mindfulness-based teachings and breathing techniques will be introduced. At the end of class, we will focus on relaxation and self-regulation techniques while listening to live music.

This class will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. 

Best for ages 4-8! Registration required. 

Learn more about Lianne's Healing Creations at http://www.lianneshealingcreations.com/

Register

 

Cool-ology! Biology In A Bottle: Make a Terraqua Column

Thursday, July 25 @ 3:30pm

Discover Biology In A Bottle: Make a Terraqua Column with Cool-ology! Ages 7 and Up!

Generously funded by the Groton Education Foundation --- thank you!

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Steve Elci & Friends: Music for Kids!

Friday, July 26 @ 4:00pm

Join us for music, dancing and fun for everyone! 

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting. Should the program move indoors seating will be first come, first served until capacity is met.

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Inspiration Station for Kids! Landscape Vision Boards!

Monday, July 29 @ 11:00am

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will create landscape vision boards using magazine photos and glue on poster board. Appreciating the natural world encourages us to take care of our environment.

Best for ages 3-10!

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Inspiration Station for Tweens and Teens! Egg Carton Flowers!

Monday, July 29 @ 2:30pm

Be  INSPIRED to practice conservation! Each week will feature the idea and practice of conservation through art. Conservation as a movement focuses on protecting species from extinction, maintaining and restoring habitats, enhancing ecosystem services, and protecting biological diversity.

We will make egg carton flowers. Reusing and repurposing materials helps reduce waste.

Best for ages 11 and up!

Register

 

Local Authors Writing Workshop: Poetry

Monday, July 29 @ 7:00pm

Welcome to the Mystic & Noank Library's Local Authors Writing Workshop Series for the summer of 2024. This is the fourth year we've run the series as part of our adult summer reading program, connecting readers and aspiring writers with authors who live in or near our community. These workshops are all in person. You must register for each workshop separately.

The Speaker's Voice & Personality: Narrative Poetry with Sean Frederick Forbes
In this workshop we’ll focus on narrative poetry, a form of poetry that tells a story using the voices of both a compelling narrator and vibrant characters. Narrative poems may be short or long, and the story presented may be complex, comical, dramatic, or somber. It’s a form of poetry with marrow-deep roots in the oral tradition: stories passed down from generation to generation dating back thousands of years, a tradition found in every culture. As a poet, I enjoy the challenge of writing narrative poems, and I’m often reminded of the stories my maternal grandmother would tell me with such vivid detail; her words were poetry to my ears. Workshop leader Sean Frederick Forbes will use examples from his own collection of poems, Providencia, as we consider how the speaker’s voice and personality expresses the story through vibrant imagery and rich language. The workshop will conclude with a short narrative poetry writing exercise relying on the incorporation of five distinct words.

Bio
Sean Frederick Forbes is an Associate Professor-in-Residence of English and the Director of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Connecticut-Storrs and is a summer instructor for the Yale Young Writers' Workshop at Yale University. His poems have appeared in Chagrin River Review, Sargasso, A Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language, and Culture, Crab Orchard Review, Long River Review, and other publications. In 2009, he received a Woodrow Wilson Mellon Mays University Fellows Travel and Research Grant for travel to Providencia, Colombia. Providencia, his first book of poetry, was published in 2013 by 2Leaf Press. On March 17, 2014, his poem “Cashel Man” was featured in the Academy of American Poets Poem-A-Day online series Poem-A-Day online feature. For 2020-2021 academic year he was an Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow at the UConn Humanities Institute. He serves as the poetry editor for New Square, the official publication of The Sancho Panza Literary Society for which he is a founding member. In 2017, he received first place in the Nutmeg Poetry Contest from the Connecticut Poetry Society.

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Food Explorers! Chocolate Zucchini Cake Pops!

Tuesday, July 30 @ 3:30pm 

Join Food Explorers for another delicious baking program! You’ll be making Chocolate Zucchini Cake Pops with a Chocolate
Frosting. You’ll be shredded and squeezing the fresh zucchini for your from scratch cake batter and work together as a group to make a smooth chocolate buttercream to layer on top of your cake pops. Recipe is nut free but will contain dairy, eggs and gluten.

Generously funded by the Rotary Club of Mystic --- thank you!

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Backyard Birding Adventure with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center!

Wednesday, July 31 @ 11:00am 

Curious about the birds in your backyard? Learn how to use binoculars and identify some of our local birds. Then we'll make a treat to bring home and feed our feathered friends.

This program will meet on the library lawn, weather permitting!

For ages 7 and up. Registration required.

Register