Check it out! Programs, library cards and more!

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Follow our Facebook page for the most recent updates. Find links to virtual programs, YouTube, and more!

 

Current offerings:

 

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     Time for Toddlers: Learn and Grow with Miss Nicole
     at 10:00 a.m. on
Mondays on Triumph Inc.'s Facebook  page


     Time for Toddlers! Learn and Grow with Miss Nicole! Join Miss Nicole for a fun
     virtual learning and literacy group designed with your little one in mind!  Miss Nicole
     will share stories, music, movement, art and a variety of engaging activities geared
     towards your 16 month to 2.5 year old.   This program is virtual and can be found by
     visiting https://www.facebook.com/triumphcfcetaunton/

  

 

 

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     Learning Tree with Miss Nicole at 10:00 a.m. Tuesdays thru Fridays
    
on Triumph Inc.'s Facebook  page


     Join us for The Learning Tree with Miss Nicole.  She will provide a virtual early
     literacy program for caregivers and their children ages 3-5 Tuesday through Friday at
     10:00 a.m.  She will offer stories, crafts, music and STEM activities to help support
     language, literacy, cognitive and social-emotional development.  ASQ information
     and parent resources will also be shared.   This program is virtual and can be found
     by visiting https://www.facebook.com/triumphcfcetaunton/

 

 

 

 

 

Story Time

Story times are offered in multiple sessions during Spring, Fall and Winter.

 

Additional Programming

“Caregiver and Child Literacy Programs” and STEM programming are also offered at the Bridgewater Public Library, thanks to our partnership with Triumph, Inc.  For more information about these programs, please call Nancy at Triumph at 508-822-5388 EXT. 208.

 

Summer Reading

A Summer Reading Program is offered in July and August to encourage reading during school vacation.

 

 

 

Getting a library card

The Bridgewater Public Library offers library cards to children who are in Kindergarten and/or can write their first and last names.  Children can visit the library with their legal guardian, who will need to show a picture ID and proof of current address.  Adults can check out items from the children's room with their card and can get a SAILS library card at the circulation desk on the first floor. 

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