Ongoing Programs for Kids
Looking for Storytimes? See our Storytimes Page!
Kids Lego Club
Monday 9/9, 10/14, 11/11 & 12/9
Join us for LEGO building and friendship. We provide the LEGOs and you provide the imagination.
Family Caldecott Club
Wednesday 9/11*, 10/9, 11/13 & 12/11 ATTN: 9/11 Cancelled
Kids Grades K-2 & their adult caregivers
Learn about past Caldecott winners (books selected by the American Library Association for the best illustrations in a children’s book) and look at eligible books for the 2020 winner. Adults and children will look at the new books together and decide who deserves an award.
Tail Waggin’ Tutors
Improve your reading skills by reading to a therapy dog. Children will read to a certified therapy dog in a supportive environment. Limited space.
Saturday 9/21 & 12/14
Color, craft & origami with us on Saturdays! We’ll provide the supplies you supply the talent!
Playtime @ the Library
Saturday 9/21, 10/19, 11/16, 12/14
Come play with us! We’ll provide dress up clothes, blocks sets & more toys. Take this time to talk with other parents/caregivers.
Kids Advisory Board & Book Club
Monday 9/23, 10/21, 11/25, 12/16
We will be busy this year! Join Miss Jenn for the Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club, advise her on library stuff, and taste test snacks.
Playtime @ UDPL Kids Place
Monday 9/30, 11/25/, 12/9
Come play with us! We’ll provide dress up clothes, blocks sets & more toys. Take this time to talk with other parents/care givers.
1-2-3 Play With Me!
Ages 1-3 yrs
At our Family Place Library™ you and your child will enjoy an engaging, interactive time, talking, singing, reading, writing & playing together with our large variety of creative & stimulating pre-literacy activity stations. Each week meet a local Early Childhood Resource Professional & receive free advice, assistance, handouts.
Upper Dublin Public Library is a Family Place Library. Building Strong Communities through
Early Childhood Development, Parent Education & Family Support
The mission of Family Place Libraries™ is to increase the capacity of libraries throughout the nation to recognize and realize their full potential as community hubs for healthy child and family development, parent and community involvement and lifelong learning beginning at birth.