Kids' Stuff is the part of the web site that's just for kids! You'll find:
The Teen Room is located on the second floor of the Adriance Memorial Library. Find out what's happening for teens ages 12-18 on our Teen Scene page! To get in on the action, teens must complete a Teen Room Access Form, which can be printed here or picked up in the Teen and Children's Room on the second floor of Adriance, and must present their library card or School Photo ID (current year) in order to enter the Teen Room.
Summer Teen Room Hours (until 9/6/13)
|Monday & Tuesday||1 p.m. to 6 p.m.|
|Wednesday& Thursday||1 p.m. to 8 p.m.|
|Friday||1 p.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Saturday & Sunday||2 p.m. to 5 p.m.|
A free, same-day pass to the Mid-Hudson Children's Museum is available for check-out in the Children's Room at the Adriance Memorial Library. You must have a valid library card to use this service. To reserve a pass, please call (845) 485-3445 x3320. Pass is available for pick-up during Library hours of operation only and should be returned the same day to the Children's Room.
The Parenting Collection is located in the Children's Room at the Adriance Memorial Library, and includes books, videos and DVDs on general parenting topics and those geared toward the parenting of children with special needs. Subjects like autism, learning disabilities, and topics related to child development and psychology are covered for early childhood through elementary years. For more information, call the Children's Room at (845) 485-3445 x3320.
Check out some Resources for Homeschoolers and Anti-Bullying information through the Library and on the Web with thiese helpful subject guides.
Find contact information for local, state and national agencies for parents of children with special needs on our Resources for Children with Special Needs page.
The Preschooler Learning Center is located on the the second floor of the Adriance Memorial Library. The PLC has Discovery Stations that feature areas for 3-5 year-old children and their adult caregivers to participate in guided activities. Learn more about the Discovery Stations in our section on the Preschooler Learning Center.
Check out our offerings of Early Childhood Programs , Elementary & Family Programs, Tween Programs and Teens, and register using our event calendars. For full event listings in the Library District, see our Programs & Events page.
Feel free to call the Children's Reference Desk at (845) 485-3445 x3320, or contact a Youth Services Librarian by email for brief answers to factual questions or ideas for sources to find information.