Oceans of Possibilities

Regular Weekly Programs and Lunch
(In Library)

Monday, 10:30am – Playgroup: Infant/toddler free play program with a planned activity or craft.

Tuesday, 10:30am – Preschool Storytime: Enjoy 2-4 stories, rhymes, songs, and a hands-on activity.

Wednesday, 3:30pm – STEAM: Get hands-on with Science Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. These activities are intended for ages 7-12.

Thursday, 10:30am, – Musical Storytime: Perfect for infants/toddlers! Rhymes, songs, gentle movement, and sweet stories.

Thursday, 3:30pm Make and Take Crafts: Not your average craft projects!  These activities are planned for youth ages 9 and older.

Friday, 5pm – Minecraft Club:  Play with your friends on a provided laptop or tablet, and get building! Have your own device? Feel free to bring and play on your own device! Don’t have a Minecraft account? No worries! One will be provided for you!

Friday, 6pm-  Movie Night: Family friendly movies and popcorn throughout the summer.

Coming Soon

Tuesday, August 16
@ The Library

Watershed Wildlife

On Tuesday, August 16, 5pm meet some of Vermont’s Watershed Wildlife with the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum. All life on Earth depends on water.  We’ll meet some of the animals found in your local watershed and get to know them and their connections to water a little better. Please note: There will be live animals at this event. 

This program will also be the final event for the Rockingham Library’s 2022 summer reading program, Oceans of Possibilities. This program is free and open to all ages. For more information contact the Library at 802.463.4270, youthservices@rockinghamlibrary.org, rockinghamlibrary.org, or stop by the Library at 65 Westminster St in Bellows Falls. 


Lunch @ the Library!

Lunch at the Library

Stop by the Library and pick up a packed lunch weekdays beginning at 11:45am.  Free for anyone age 18 and younger – no sign-ups or registration required!  Lunches are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, go to https://www.farmtoschoolcafe.org/