Patterson Library Children's Programs, Tween & teen Programs, Story times, & Special Events
Virtual Crafternoon is a program for Pre-K through early Elementary. Pick up the craft supplies at the front desk in the Crafternoon basket. Then go on our Youtube channel Westfield's Patterson Library to watch Miss Jamie show you how to make a fun craft.
Book Talk at 4:00 is a program held live on our Facebook page Patterson Library Kids on Wednesdays at 4:00 for middle school (grades 6-8). Join Miss Karin live as she does some themed book talks every week. If you're interested in the books Miss Karin talks about feel free to come to the library to check them out.
Celebrating Countries is program that will be held on our Facebook page Patterson Library Kids on Thursday afternoons. Each month we will be celebrating a different country. We will be learning things like stories, recipes, geography, biographies, and more.
Homework Help is held every school day, Monday through Friday, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Children and Teens in grades K through 12 can work on homework in the children's area. Staff members will be available to help with homework as well as access to Westfield Central School's databases. (Suspended until further notice due to COVID-19)
Teen Nights are held one Friday a month for Teens ages 13 to 18. Past teen nights have included coffeehouse hangouts, filming movies, playing board games and other games, movie marathons, and more! To get involved with Teen Night, talk to a staff member. (Suspended until further notice due to COVID-19)
Twe'Evening is a program for our Tweens ages 10 to 13. This special time is held right before teen night, and gives the tweens a glimpse into the world of teen night, and allows them to have a junior coffeehouse hang out atmosphere to make new friends, play games, watch movies, craft, and do other fun projects together. (Suspended until further notice due to COVID-19)