Story Programs Begin at Boyden Library
Winter Story Time and Mother Goose on the Loose sessions will run through the week of February 6.
Winter Story Time and Mother Goose on the Loose sessions will begin the week of Jan. 2 and run through the week of February 6. Sessions are offered on a drop-in basis and registration is not required. Please note that throughout the duration of Boyden’s expansion and renovation project, story programs will meet at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (lower level), 116 South St., Foxboro.
Children who are ages 3-5 can participate in a story program, which meets on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. or on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. Activities include stories, songs, finger plays, and other fun activities. Youngsters must be 3 by the first meeting.
Children who are infants to age 3 are invited to participate in Mother Goose on the Loose story programs which meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:00 a.m.
These programs feature Mother Goose on the Loose themes and activities including nursery rhymes, stories, songs, musical instruments, and much more. Children must be accompanied to these programs by a parent or caregiver who will participate and help guide children through the activities. Story programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Boyden Library. There is no charge to attend.
While story programs meet at St. Mark's Church, note that the Boyden Library
has moved. Public library services for adults and children are now being offered at the Offices at Chestnut Green, Payson Road Entrance. Follow the yellow signs to the entrance.