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)
Sign Language Social!
Join our small group for a Sign Language Social! Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing adults are welcome to join us to socialize virtually using American Sign Language. If you are only beginning to learn ASL, that's okay - we would be happy to help you learn! Please note that your computer or other device should have a camera so that you can be seen by the group. Presented by the Jupiter Branch.
Ready for your next, great, adventure? Join us for an exciting story time, as we sing and dance our way to learning about what this new world has to offer! Ages 12-24 mos. Presented by the Main Library.
To & Fro, Stop & Go...
It's Opposite Day! Identify these differences through stories and songs. Ages 3-5. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
Alphabet Adventures - C
Is your child showing an interest in learning to read? Take the first steps with us on this early literacy escapade. We’ll participate in a variety of activities that correspond with a different letter of the alphabet each week! Ages 3-6. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
Take & Make: At Home Origami
Join us on Zoom to learn the basics of origami at home: cutting paper to size and the folds needed to make colorful cranes & more! A limited number of colored paper kits are available for pick up from Research Services at the Hagen Ranch Road Branch, or you can use any paper from home. Presented by the Hagen Ranch Road Branch.
Practice speaking English in a virtual atmosphere. Intermediate knowledge of the language is recommended. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
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 the Main Library.
Read, Learn & Make: STEM with Ms. Deborah!
Build and draft like an architect! Listen to a read aloud of “Iggy Peck, Architect” by Andrea Beaty, then brainstorm to design your own pop-up buildings. All materials will be provided. Visit the Royal Palm Beach Branch Library to pick up your Read, Learn & Make kits starting the week of Monday, January 4th. Download our free printable to begin planning your creation. Ages 7-11. Presented by the Royal Palm Beach Branch.
Chess with Mr. G!
Learn the basics of chess and polish your skills! Mr. G, your instructor, will teach you everything you need to learn regarding this world renowned game! To register for this activity you must make a free account with chess.com. Ready, Set, Checkmate! Ages 6-12. Presented by the Main Library.
Come travel and learn with us as we explore different type of places. Ages 2-3. Presented by the Main Library.
Learn how to take and enjoy free online classes in areas like the humanities, business, science and technology. Presented by the Gardens Branch.
Toddler Story Time
Stories and songs for our tiny tots! Bring a shaker egg or rattle (or make one using an empty water bottle and rice) for our musical rhythm activities. Ages 1-2. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
What a Hoot---Owl Story Time
Join us for a fun time of stories, songs, and a craft. Download the template for the craft below or contact the Children’s staff at the West Boca Branch to arrange to pick up the prepared paper materials. Ages 2-6. Presented by the West Boca Branch.
Neighborhood Storytime: Stories About Food
Listen to fun and funny stories every week about the things in your neighborhood. This week we've got stories about what you eat, food! Ages 3-5. Presented by the Acreage Branch.
Introduction to CSS
This course will teach you how to style your website through cascading style sheets, as well as changing fonts, sectioning off paragraphs, and more. Presented by the Main Library.
Brush, Ink and Chinese Calligraphy
Discover an art form from China's four treasures of study: brush, ink, rice paper and inkstone. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
Getting Started with Ancestry Library Edition
Learn how to access and navigate one of the most popular online resources for researching your family tree. (60 min.) Preregister. Presented by the Jupiter Branch.
Art for Adults Online - Acrylic Critique
Join us online to explore your artistic interests using different techniques and mediums, improve your skills, and learn new ways to express yourself. If you’re in need of supplies, a limited number of kits will be available at the Royal Palm Beach Branch. Call us at 561-790-6030 about reserving a kit. Ages 16 & up. Presented by the Royal Palm Beach Branch.
Book Discussion: The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel
Join us for a discussion of "The Glass Hotel" by Emily St. John Mandel. Presented by the Glades Road Branch.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? Plan and develop future events, brainstorm new ideas and areas of interest. Earn community service hours. Ages 12-17. Presented by the Gardens Branch.