Registration for programs begins May 29 at 11am, via phone, online, or in person!
Registration is required for all programs, unless otherwise noted!
PLEASE NOTE that our attendance policy will be strictly enforced at all weekly events. IF YOU MISS TWO (2) SESSIONS IN A ROW WITHOUT NOTIFYING STAFF, YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE REGISTRATION LIST.
You can read ALL of our programming policies here
Weekly programs will begin
July 1 and end August 23.
Click here for a printable flyer!
Explorers (ages 1 - 2yrs)
Mondays, 11:15am - 12pm
Paleontologists (grades K - 2nd)
Mondays, 12:15pm - 1pm
Recycled Art (ages 7 - 10yrs)
Tuesdays, 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Discoverers (ages 2 - 3yrs)
Wednesdays, 11:15am - 12pm
Bulldozers (ages 4 - 5yrs)
Thursdays, 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Book Bingo (ages 5 - 10yrs)
Thursdays, 6:45pm - 7:30pm
Archaeologists (grades 2nd - 4th)
Fridays, 10:30am - 11:30am
July 1 @ 11:30am
Fit 4 Kids
July 24 @ 2pm
Eyes of the Wild Animal Visit
August 13 @ 6pm
Every Wednesday, starting July 3 and ending August 21
Come enjoy a family friendly movie and snack!
No registration needed.
Call Library for movie titles.
Policies & Procedures
The Middlesex Public Library strives to provide a safe and pleasing environment for all ages. Please be sure to review our Unacceptable Behavior Policy and our Unattended Children Policy to familiarize yourself and your children with Library policies.
The Library staff is not responsible for any child unattended under the age of 18. Staff reserves the right to ask any patron, regardless of age, to leave Library premises if s/he is violating the Library Code of Conduct.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
Resources to Help Children Cope with Tragedy
In the wake of the horrible tragedy in Newtown, CT, we have compiled several web resources to aid you and your children in processing the grief, fear, and anxiety associated with traumatizing events such as these. You may click directly on these links.
Talking Points: Helping Children Following School Violence
School Violence Prevention & Response
There are many resources online and
in your community. We encourage you and your children to talk about what happened, with teachers, friends, school counselors, medical professionals, clergy, etc. All of us cope in different manners.
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who have suffered as a result of this senseless tragedy.