banner

Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Canton Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.

 Limit by audience:
  April 2019May >>
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
 
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Teen Crafternoon
3:00 PM
 Teen Crafternoon
Tuesday, Apr. 23, 3:00 PMTeen Crafternoon
Canton Public Library
If you have a hobby or project, bring it in to work on. No current project? We have free supplies and can help you with popular crafts such as friendship bracelets, perler beads, paper crafting, origami, paracording, yarn crafts, and more. Chill and create. For grades 4-12; Free; drop-in.

...read more
24
Project LIT Community Book Club Meeting
2:30 PM
Project LIT Community Book Club Meeting
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 2:30 PMProject LIT Communit
Canton Public Library
Project LIT Community reads The Poet X, by Elizabeth Acevedo, and meets at Canton High School’s Media Center. Started as a Nashville educator’s community project to increase access to good books in areas with very limited reading opportunities, Project LIT grew into a school/library part...read more
Nutmeg Teen Book Discussion
3:00 PM
 Nutmeg Teen Book Discussion
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 3:00 PMNutmeg Teen Book Dis
Canton Public Library
The book this month is the young adult fiction title, “OCDaniel,” by Wesley King. An Edgar Mystery Writers Award (Juvenile) winner, the book is part plot-driven suspense fiction, part character-based, coming-of-age comedy. In it, a thirteen-year-old boy's life revolves around hiding ...read more

or call --860-693-5800.
Teen Games Unplugged
3:00 PM
 Teen Games Unplugged
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 3:00 PMTeen Games Unplugged
Canton Public Library
Try some favorites: “Sorry,” “Wig-Out,” “Guess Who,” “Uno,” or “Sleeping Queens.” Or more recent additions: Scattergories, Sequence, Yahtzee, and Rummikub (a cross between card game, rummy, and Mahjong). Discover all kinds of games you can ...read more
25
Homework Helpers
3:00 - 4:30 PM
 Homework Helpers
Thursday, Apr. 25, 3:00 - 4:30 PMHomework Helpers
Canton Public Library
The Canton High School National Honor Society is volunteering members’ time for free, drop-in homework help and test preparation every Thursday afternoon in the Teen Zone. All ages are welcome. Founded in 1921 by a national association of high school principals, National Honor Society recogniz...read more
26
Paint Your Own Flower Pot
3:00 PM
 Paint Your Own Flower Pot
Friday, Apr. 26, 3:00 PMPaint Your Own Flowe
Canton Public Library
A craft program for Grades 4 and up at Canton Public Library. In honor of Arbor and Earth Days, paint your own creative design and fill your pot with a live flowering plant. All supplies provided free.

Registration required, either online on the Upcoming Programs listing, or by phone.
...read more

or call --860-693-5800.
Friday Family Movie Matinee
3:00 PM
 Friday Family Movie Matinee
Friday, Apr. 26, 3:00 PMFriday Family Movie
Canton Public Library
Join us for a movie projected on the wall in the Children’s Room with a good sound system and a snack. On Fridays we’ll show a recent G or PG movie. Just drop in! If you have a request or suggested title, let a staff member know. We may be able to add it to the lineup. 
27
28
29
30
Teen Crafternoon
3:00 PM
 Teen Crafternoon
Tuesday, Apr. 30, 3:00 PMTeen Crafternoon
Canton Public Library
If you have a hobby or project, bring it in to work on. No current project? We have free supplies and can help you with popular crafts such as friendship bracelets, perler beads, paper crafting, origami, paracording, yarn crafts, and more. Chill and create. For grades 4-12; Free; drop-in.

...read more
    
  April 2019May >>
Powered by engagedpatrons.org

Canton Public Library * 40 Dyer Avenue * Canton, CT 06019 * 860-693-5800 * Fax 860-693-5804
Email the Library: smccusker@cantonpubliclibrary.org