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  • how much do you read to your kids?
    1000 Books Before Kindergarten!

    Can you and your child read 1000 books before they enter Kindergarten? It's not as impossible as it sounds. If you read one book per day, you will reach 1000 books in just three years (read three books per day and it only takes a year)!

    Sign your child (ages 0-kindergarten) up at the Children's Desk and get started!
    (more information)

  • why are we wearing pajamas?
    Pajama Drive!

    We've teamed up with the Boston Bruins for their annual Pajama Drive to benefit DCF Kids and Cradles to Crayons!

    Bring NEW pairs of pajamas for babies, children, and teens to the Library. There are collection boxes in the Children's Room and in the Cary Commons on the main level.

  • the Lexington Field & Garden Club presents
    Gardening with Native Plants

    Sunday, March 4 - 2:00 pm

    Claudia Thompson of Grow Native teaches us how to use native New England plants in our gardens.

     

  • that sums it up!
    Math + Stories - for ages 3 - 5

    Saturday, March 17 - 9:30 - 10:30 am

    Sign up online beginning Monday, March 5 at 7:00 pm. Phone registrations accepted beginning at 7:30 pm.

  • Communities United presents
    Spring Crafts

    Tuesday, March 6 - 1:30 - 2:30 pm

    Attendance is limited. Sign up online beginning Monday, January 29 @ 7:00 pm. Phone reservations begin at 7:30 pm.

  • Explore
    Fables & Fairy Tales

    Thursday, March 8 - 7:30 - 8:00 pm

    An interactive storytime bringing fairytales to life!

  • do you love books?
    for Book Loving Kids

    Do you love to read? Would you like to meet new friends and discuss interesting books? Join a Book Club! We have groups for age     
    5 through 6th grade.

    On Your Own Club (ages 5-7) | Bookmarks (gr 2 & 3) - 4:00 or 4:30 pm | Cary Kids (gr 4-6) - 4:00 or 4:30 pm | Kids & Adults Talk Books (gr 4-5 & adult)

    *registration is required

  • fun for everyone!
    February Vacation

    Looking for something to do during vacation? 

    Visit our program page or ask for a brochure at the Children’s desk to see what’s happening at the library!

  • Music for Seniors
    Jazz in the Morning

    Monday, March 19 - 10:30 am

    Lexington resident and bassist Jon Dreyer, accompanied by pianist James Merenda, joins us to perform pieces from the Great American Songbook.

  • A Widow's Guide
    Surviving the First Year

    Wednesday, March 22 - 7:00 pm

    Lawyer Anna Byrne shares her own story of becoming a young widow and provides insight into how to survive such a difficult life event. Books will be available for sale. 

  • College Prep
    Discover Gap Year

    Monday, February 26 - 7:00 - 8:30 pm

    Katherine Stievater, founder of Gap Year Solutions, will discuss why gap years for recent high school grads are growing in popularity and how any student can benefit from a gap year.

    Registration is not required.

  • Are you taking SAT, AP, GMAT or LSAT exams?
    Test Prep

    If you can't find prep books

    in print on our shelves, try the 

    Testing and Education Reference Center (TERC).

    Access online versions of test prep books

    and practice tests from Peterson's.

  • wear your pjs!
    Sleepytime Stories

    Wednesday, February 28 - 7:00 pm

    Join us for stories, gentle activities with stuffed friends, a relaxation exercise, and a good night tale. Please bring a favorite stuffed animal and wear your pajamas if you'd like!

  • meet the author
    Jessica Treadway

    Tuesday, March 15 - 7:00 pm

    Jessica Treadway, Lexington resident and mystery writer, speaks about her books Lacy Eye and How Will I Know You?