Watch an Activity Online
The library is now offering activities to attend online. Preregister online and receive the login information for your activity, then click on the link provided here to download Zoom and attend.Zoom Instructions For Participants (PDF) July Digital Technology Class Calendar (PDF)
Countdown to Kindergarten
Join Ms. Amberdenise for a special weekly storytime to help us get ready for Kindergarten. Presented by Main Library.
Preschool Story Time: Circus
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Today, we are going to the circus through stories, songs and activities. Ages 3-5. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Story Time with Ms. T
Join Ms. T for fun stories and songs. Ages 3-5. Presented by Gardens Branch.
Artist Special: Henri Matisse
Rules are made to be broken, right? Well, Henri Matisse thought so as one of his art style broke the rules of art during his time. Join us in learning more about Henri Matisse and the effect of his art style called collage. We will also create some art in his style. Come by the Children's Desk to pick up a craft packet. If you are unable to swing by the supplies needed are: different colors of construction paper, scissors, and glue. Ages 5 & up. Presented by Okeechobee Boulevard Branch.
Quick Read Classic Book Discussion: "The War of the Worlds" By H. G. Wells
Join us for a thought-provoking discussion of "The War of the Worlds" By H. G. Wells; a quick read short novel and foundational classic of science fiction literature. Book available in print, audio, and e-book formats. Presented by Hagen Ranch Road Branch.
Middle School Virtual Meet & Make
Starting middle school soon? Change can be scary, but you don't have to go it alone! Virtually meet other rising middle-schoolers while we break down our worries and make slime, oobleck, and stress balls. Kits will be available at the Acreage Branch with some supplies. Full supply list will be emailed 1 week before the event. Ages 10-12. Presented by Acreage Branch.
Scan and Organize Your Photo Collection
Learn how to scan photos, get tips for organizing digital photos, and find out about scanning and organizing tools available for free at the Palm Beach County Library. Presented by Main Library.
In these workshops you'll learn how to make your very own video games and projects with code! Elementary schoolers are invited to join and learn the basics of computer science through an interactive weekly workshop. canCode teaches using Scratch, a free online platform developed by MIT to teach beginners the basics of computer programming. Learn more about canCode on our website (www.canCode.us) or follow us on Facebook/Instagram @canCodeus Grades 2-5. Presented by Main Library.
Introduction to Cloud Computing
During any discussion about computers, we all have very frequently heard the term “cloud computing” and wondered what this cloud is and where it is located. This short program will introduce the concept of cloud computing and answer some of the basic questions. It will also explain how to use cloud computing in your day to day activities. Presented by Gardens Branch.
Yoga for All
Begin or continue your yoga journey with Jade Wonzo in an inclusive (online) space that recognizes the beauty in all shapes, sizes, colors, identities, and abilities. To get the most out of each session, you'll need a yoga mat (or towel), water to hydrate, and a quiet space to move around. Presented by Community Engagement.
Adventure into the world of Dungeons & Dragons with fellow wizards, warriors and battle evil monsters to bring goodness back to the world Ages 12-17. Presented by Main Library.
Ready to show off your books? Choose your own book and join Ms. Kandace to chat it up. Show off your book trailers, podcasts, zines, musical selections, you name it! Ages 12-18. Presented by Acreage Branch.
Book Discussion - Teen Volunteer Service Hours!
Explore the written word while getting volunteer hours, but this time we will all be speaking in Spanish! Choose your own book and chat it up. Show off your book trailers, podcasts, zines, you name it! Grades 6-12. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Tertulia Literaria - Programa de Voluntariado para Jóvenes
Explore la palabra escrita mientras obtiene horas de voluntariado, ¡pero esta vez todos hablaremos en español!Escoge un libro y conversa acerca de lo que leíste. Comparte tráiler de libros, podcasts, y "zines" (fanzines) que ha creado. ¡Y más! Grados 6-12.
Celebrations Around the World: Independence Days
A month behind, but here we are! July 4th is a big day for us here in the United States! It's our independence day! Lets explore other independence days or days of national celebration. Ages 7-12. Presented by Main Library.
Fun & Fabulous Friendships
Celebrate National Friendship Day with stories and songs as well as constructing a friendship bracelet for one of your favorite friends! Craft available one week prior to activity at the Children's Desk. Ages 5 & up. Presented by Gardens Branch.
Crafts for Kids
Pick up a kit from the children's desk at the West Boynton Branch -or- print (and cut out) the attached PDF file from home and gather with us virtually to assemble some amazing August crafts! Ages 5-10. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Practice speaking English in a virtual atmosphere. Intermediate knowledge of the language is recommended. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Preschool Story Time: In the Deep Blue Sea
Dive down into the ocean to uncover some super silly stories all about the mysterious creatures of the deep blue sea! Ages 3-5. Presented by West Boynton Branch.
Students will be introduced to the components of the computer, including how to turn a computer on, how to use a keyboard and mouse and how to create, save, close and reopen a file. Presented by Main Library.
You and your child will have fun together listening to stories, rhymes and songs. Today is National Watermelon Day so let's gather around for some literacy fun! Also learn about our new 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Ages 2-4. Presented by Hagen Ranch Road Branch.