Somers Library Celebrates the Holiday Season

There are a number of events planned in the town of Somers – from band concerts to story times and crafts.

The holiday season is at full speed in Somers and a number of events have been planned for the rest of the year at the Somers Public Library– from creating a clay snowman to making crafts and listening to stories. 

The Somers Public Library is located at 80 Primrose Street in Somers.

Check out the list below and tell us in the comments below if you know of an event we missed.

Make a Clay Snowman

Wednesday, Dec. 26 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Be creative and make a model magic snowman. The program is available for children ages five and up. Registration is required – call 914-232-5717 or online www.somerslibrary.org

Storytime Stage Performance

Thursday, Dec. 27, Time TBD, Library Program Room, 45 min.

Classic tales and original stories are brought to life by two storytellers and the children in the audience. Utilizing movement, sound effects, award-winning songs and a big healthy dose of imagination, the Storytime Stage will delight children (and their grownups). It's a fun-filled, fast-paced blend of participation, performance and lots of pretend. 

No registration is required, however this program is limited to Somers residents.

Drop-In Craft

Friday, Dec. 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Jean Reidy Children’s Room

Use the library's materials and your imagination to make a take-home craft.

Hearthside Story Time (with hot chocolate and popcorn)

Friday, Dec. 28, 2 p.m., Library Program Room

Enjoy hot chocolate and popcorn, curled up with some good books read aloud. For all ages, no registration necessary.

Lego Building

Saturday, Dec. 29, 1 p.m., Library Program Room

Use our Legos to create a masterpiece. No registration is necessary.

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