All in Library Programs Suspended until further notice.

Events for Kids

Library Programs – Autumn 2019

Youth & Teen Services Activities

 Movement Mondays

Mondays, 10:00 a.m. 

For 2 to 5 year olds with caregiver. Research shows there are positive correlations between movement and learning so bring your shoes and move with us. This program will have a dance component and then movement exploration like hula hoops, balls, scooters, parachutes and more. Perfect for those active toddlers!

 Storytime with Ms. Jen and Ms. Jane

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:15 a.m. & 10:00 a.m. 

Come listen to books, learn finger plays and rhymes, and sing and dance! Children ages 5 and under are invited. Thursday is a repeat of Tuesdays. No registration necessary.

Annual gingerbread house decorating will be December 17 and 19 during storytimes.  

Wacky Wednesday

Every Wednesday starting January 8 at 10

A surprise fun activity each week for toddlers.

Let the Children Play

Every Friday starting January 10 at 10

Sensory play and exploration for toddlers

Monthly Rock Painting Club

Tuesday, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Are you a rock painter? Do you like hiding and hunting for rocks around Burlington? Come find out what it’s all about and paint some rocks with Burlington Kindness Rock coordinator  Kelsey Shoemaker. This event is for adults and older children as acrylic paints will be used. Please bring your own rocks, paints and supplies. Have fun painting together and get new ideas for how to design your rocks.  


Mondays, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Welcome fellow cosplayers!  We will be having monthly workshops, brought to you by ATeam Cosplay, to learn about different aspects of creating a personal cosplay outfit.  We will also have special sessions dedicated to photography, LARPing, and other specialty aspects of cosplaying. Come dressed up as your favorite character as well!  (1st open Monday of each month)

Anime Club

2nd and 4th Thursdays, 3:30-5:00 p.m. 

Come join our new Anime Club, for ages 12 to 18.  Come to discuss your favorite Manga and watch some Anime and don’t forget to bring a fellow otaku! Snacks will be provided.

s of the Burlington Public Library! A portion of all proceeds from the night will be donated to the library to support new and ongoing programs.

Learn to play the Ukulele

Would you like to learn some fun songs on the ukulele?  Beginners and ukulele enthusiasts are welcome to join us to sing and play together.  Bring your own uke or use of of ours generously donated by Burlington Music Matters. Great for ages 10 and up.  Registration is required.  

Threatening Weather
Please call the library at 262-342-1130 to see if we are open and programs are not canceled.  We alert Channels 4, 6 and 12 when the library is closed due to bad weather.

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