Hampstead Library Announces October Programs!!

Hampstead October Programs


Toddler Time

Mondays @ 10:00

Ages 2 and Under

October 1 – The weather’s getting cooler, and the leaves are starting to fall in Leaves by David Stein.

October 15 –Elephant is very good at hide and seek, see if you can spot him in Have you Seen Elephant by David Barrow.

October 22Old Bear (by Kevin Henkes) gets very sleepy in the winter and dreams about the seasons.

October 29 – We’ll talk about costumes and read I Love You Little Pumpkin by Sandra Magsamen.


Story Time

Tuesdays @ 10:30

Ages 3 and Up

October 2 – It’s beginning to feel a lot like fall in Autumn Leaves by Ken Robbins and Leaves by David Stein

Activity: Coloring Leaves

October 9 – Get ready for a giant story time about one huge creature: the elephant! We’ll read I Broke My Trunk by Mo Willems and Have you Seen Elephant by David Barrow.

Activity: Make an Elephant

October 16 – We’re going to have more fall fun with a little fox in Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson and Full of Fall by April Sayre.

Activity: Fall Collage

October 23 – It’s all about pumpkins today with Mystery Vine by Cathryn Falwell and The Pumpkin Patch by Elizabeth King!

Activity: Make a Pumpkin

October 30 We’ll have a spooky story time with the books The Little OId Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams and Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds.

Activity: Spider Web Craft



October 25 @ 3:30

For 1st Grade and Up

Registration Required

Registration is required to allow for purchase of supplies. This mon we’re delving into science with candy. Join us for some candy based experiments including melting candy corn, peeps, and more.


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