Reserve a craft takeaway bag of ingredients you will need to make a seed bomb for Earth Day! Instructions will be included, but participants should watch the video on the library’s CreativeBug online service. To view the video, make sure your library card starts with 23548. If it starts with other numbers, call the library for assistance. Each takeaway bag will include 4 ounces of Paper Clay (dries in the sun); 1 ounce of potting soil; 1 packet of seeds; plastic knife; instructions, and link to the video. Participants will need to provide an apron or some sort of covering; tray, newspaper, or a surface to work with the clay and soil; rolling pin (optional). Reserve a bag on the Event Calendar found on www.plumblibrary.com. Limit of 10-12 bags will be available. Pickup from April 15 – April 22. This program is supported by the Friends of Plumb Library.
Plumb Library is offering April school vacation programs, like Outdoor Family Yoga. Join Beth McLacklan at the library on Wednesday, April 21, at 10:30 am for a spring-themed family yoga class outside (near the ramp). Please sign up to participate with your child(ren) ages 3 and up. Register on the Event Calendar. Together with Ms. Beth you will plant some yoga seeds for a little spring renewal! Bring your own mats, beach towels, or blankets, as well as water and sunscreen. Pre-registration is required, and space is limited to 10 families – one family per spot, please. Upon registering, please indicate how many family members will be participating so we meet social distancing regulations. Masks are required for anyone over the age of 5. Masks are encouraged for ages 2-5. Rain date is on Friday, April 23, at 10:30 am.
This program is free to families, thanks to the Friends of Plumb Library. Donations to support the Friends are gratefully welcomed!
Come to Backyard Band Jam with Ms. Rhonda! Welcome back to Plumb, Ms. Rhonda (Matson)! Register now for some outdoor physically distanced FAMILY music-making fun! At a Backyard Band Jam, families engage in musical play with traditional children’s songs, sing-along storybooks, props, and instruments. Remaining physically distanced, we sing together, move and groove together, and, of course, jam out together! This jam will include many animal tunes as a preview to the summer program theme of Tails and Tales! This event will take place on Thursday, April 22, 1:30 pm – 2:15 pm with another jam scheduled for Saturday, April 24, at 11:00 am. Backyard Band Jams are best suited for children up to age 9, but all are welcome! Registration is limited to 10 families – one family per spot, please. Register on the Event Calendar.
Please bring along something to shake – anything from a box of mac & cheese to actual egg shakers. A scarf kind of thing – facecloth, dishcloth, etc… And a collection of instruments, anything that’s a “real” instrument or ones made from the recycling bin or kitchen cabinets. All that is really required is a willingness to play musically! Jams will be held weather permitting. Rain dates may be possible. Masks are required for anyone over the age of 5. Masks are encouraged for ages 2-5. This show is FREE to families, thanks to the Friends of Plumb Library. Donations are gratefully appreciated and welcomed to support the Friends!
Join us for 4-H Dog Safety with Ms. Cathy and Merida! April is National Dog Bite Prevention Month. Register your family to learn more about dogs with Ms. Cathy and Merida on Tuesday, April 20, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. This class is geared to families, adults and children age 5 and up. This is an outdoor program, weather permitting. Registration is required. Limit 10 families. Following MA guidelines, both social distancing and masks for ages 5 and up will be required. Masks for ages 2-5 are encouraged.
Then it’s Say It Isn’t Cilantro! 4-H Plant Markers program! Let’s celebrate Earth Day by learning how to use recycled items to make fun plant markers with Ms. Cathy from Plymouth County 4-H on Wednesday, April 21, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. If you can’t attend, check out the Plymouth County MA 4-H Facebook page for their virtual programs! Children under the age of 8 will need adult assistance for this project. Register as a family, limited to 10 families. This will be an outdoor program, weather permitting. Following MA guidelines, both social distancing and masks for ages 5 and up will be required. Masks for ages 2-5 are encouraged.