Starting in February, the Lewiston Public Library Children’s Department plans to offer after-school activities from 4-5 p.m. every Thursday afternoon at 200 Lisbon St.

Activities will vary weekly and encourage children to express themselves through creative projects and STEAM-based activities, while promoting social and emotional learning, according to a news release from Sarah Hartje at the library.

All sessions will take place in the children’s programming room.

The first activity will take place Feb. 2, when children will create a beaded bracelet. This activity is recommended for children 6 to 13 because they will be working with small pieces.

The programs are free, and there is no registration required.

For more information about children’s programs and events, contact the library children’s department at 207-513-3133 or [email protected].

 

 

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