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)
Book Discussion - Teen Volunteer Hours!
Is horror (both fictional, and nonfictional) your favorite genre? Well, if it is, then you won’t want to miss January’s Teen Book Club Discussion of A Monster Calls. The author, Patrick Ness, will take us on a wild journey, as we read about dark subjects (with eerie illustrations to match) and we’ll find out just what happens when someone is completely consumed by the darkness. Materials Needed: A copy of the book A Monster Calls, any notes that you wish to share, pen/pencil, and paper. Ages 12 & up. Presented by the Main Library.
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)
Take time for a mental health break and check in with the library! Plan and develop future events, brainstorm new ideas and areas of interest. Earn community service hours. Grades 6-12. Presented by the West Boynton 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.
Hedgehog Day, Hooray!
Did you know that tomorrow isn't just Groundhog Day, it's also Hedgehog Day? Help us honor this overshadowed, yet equally adorable animal. Ages 3-5. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
Alphabet Adventures - D
Is your child showing an interest in learning to read? Take the first steps with us on this early literacy escapade. 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.
Cloud Library & Hoopla en español
Aprenda a usar Cloud Library y Hoopla, las aplicaciones que ofrece la biblioteca para acceder a libros y audiolibros electrónicos Presented by the Main Library.
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.
Intro to Pixlr: Photo Editing for Beginners
An introduction to Pixlr, the powerful online photo editor. Learn basic tools to make memes, Instragram-worthy photos and more. Internet and computer required. Ages 12-18. Presented by the Glades Road 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.
Using Microsoft Resume Templates
Learn key ideas for building a resume using the many resume templates available with Microsoft Word 2016. Presented by the Gardens Branch.
Roar! Dinosaur 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 Pets
Listen to fun and funny stories every week about the things in your neighborhood. This week we've got stories about our favorite animals: pets! Ages 3-5. Presented by the Acreage Branch.
Learn how to start using a computer from the beginning, what its parts are, how to connect it and how to install programs Presented by the Main Library.
DIY Valentine Cards
Create three fun valentines for your special person. Craft packets available to pick up at the Acreage Branch on or after 1/26. Presented by the Acreage Branch.
Find magazines online for free using your library card. Presented by the West Boynton Branch.
Computer Q and A
Have a computer, tablet or e-reader question that has been nagging you? Join our open style Question and Answer forum and we will do our best to solve your problem! Presented by the Okeechobee Boulevard Branch.
Black History Month: Let's Do the Harlem Shake!
Explore the cultural movement of the Harlem Renaissance through art, music, and poetry. Create your own inspired art! PDF available with suggested materials. Ages 6 & up. Presented by the Glades Road Branch.
Groundhog & Shadow
Let's celebrate Groundhog Day and create simple shadow shapes using our hands and fingers. Craft available one week prior to activity at the Children's Desk. Ages 4-8. Presented by the Gardens Branch.