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Donations accepted up until March 15th!
Please bring new PJs: infant through teens

Dumbledore's Army
Saturdays In February @11

Learn about the world of Harry Potter,
getting sorted into your House,
meet Fantastic Creatures, and more!

Tuesdays,  4-5pm  with Ms. Amy
2/27 Me...Jane by P McDonnell
Why did Jane Goodall study chimpanzees?
3/6 The Bear Ate Your Sandwich by J Sarcone-Roach
Why are bears important? What do bears eat?
3/13 Dad and the Dinosaur by G Choldenko
Were Dinosaurs brave? What do you think?
3/20 To The Sea by C Atkinson
Can you have a whale as a friend?
3/27 Orion and the Dark by E Yarlett
Light and Dark. What makes your knees wobble?
4/3 If I Had A Gryphon  by V. Vansickle
Mythical creatures with wings and scales- Oh My!

February 28 at 4pm

Come and find out how to make slime
Measure, mix, and create!
Sign up in the Children's room
**Ages 6+ 


Storytime with Ms. Amy
Dr. Seuss 
Thursday  March 1 at 10:30am

Drawbridge Puppet Theater
Thursday, March 15 at 10:30am
Come see a free performance at the library.

Rainbows and green,
Irish for the day.
Paper, scissors, glue
What will you make?
Happy Valentines Day

Thursday ~ March 15 at 10:30 am

Mini-Motions with Karyn Farnsworth

Thursday, March 22 at 10:30

Due to the popularity of Mini Motions  
You must sign up to participate. Sign ups will open one week before each scheduled session.

Meet Suzy and Rosie 
with their handler/trainer/owner Agnes!
March 22 at 10:30am

Dog B.O.N.E.S.
 is an acronym for Dogs Building Opportunities for Nurturing and Emotional Support.
Our primary purpose is to provide well trained, affectionate, obedient, registered and insured therapy dog teams for visitation, where they may provide therapeutic contact .
Our mission is to bring a little fun into someone's day and simply enjoy life.

Story Time with Ms. Amy
Learning and fun! All little ones welcome!
Songs, wiggling, and giggling!

Thursdays at 10:30am 
*not during school vacation weeks


Welcome to the Ayer Library Children's Room page!

The Children's Librarian is Ms. Amy, who has been here for the last ten years and has story-time every Thursday morning at 10:30 during the school year! She has a Masters degree in Elementary Education and worked at the Acton Discovery Museums for fifteen years. Is often heard to say we have the BEST library families ever!

The Assistant Children's Librarian is Ms. Christina, who has been here for the last four years. She has a backgound in Graphic Communications and has worked with and around children for over ten years. Her community invovement keeps us all in touch with the local happenings! She is a proud cat mom, and has the most tattoos out of anyone on staff. 

Ms. Autumn has been one of our Youth Services Librarians for over a year. She is here in the afternoons and on Saturdays. She has been a high school teacher, camp counselor, and is a self-proclaimed bibliophile. She also has a Master's in Education. Ms. Autumn is currently working towards her Master's in Library Sciences as well!

Ms. Justine comes to us from Wisconsin!  A classically trained librarian,
dedicated and willling to help anyone. She already has her MLS, and a quiet kind heart. Her crochet classes have been a hit, come introduce yourself next time you are in!

Please feel free to email us with any questions, comments, or book suggestions. We would love to hear from you.

Come on by to visit us anytime