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For information about adult events contact the Circulation Desk at 583-3408 Ext. 2


For information about events for kids and teens contact the Youth Services Department at 583-3408 Ext. 3

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Library Closed for Patriots' Day


2ND GRADE & UP: Design Your Own Kite

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Design & decorate and then assemble your kite from a kit, under the guidance of artist & Ludlow Public School educator Mary Beth Silva.

Please register.


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ALL AGES: Summer Safety

10:00am - 11:00am

Get prepared for summer! Town Nurse, Angela, will be here giving tips for staying safe this summer. All ages are welcome!

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ALL AGES: LEGO Build Challenge

12:00pm - 5:00pm

Pull a Lego Build Challenge Card and try to build it with the library's Legos, or free build just for fun! All creations will be put on display in the Children's Department for the week! Drop-in. 



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AGES 5 & UP: The Wonderful World of Bats!

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Welcome to the exotic world of bats!

We will learn how vital bats are for maintaining a healthy environment (did you know that a Little Brown Bat eats up to 1000 mosquitoes in one night?) and move beyond old stereotypes to an understanding of the importance of bats for farmers, fruit growers, the rain forest, and us. 

See vivid photos of tropical fruit bats, the tiny bumblebee bat, the vampire bat, Townsend’s Big Eared Bat, and the Pallid Bat, and learn about echolocation calls, hibernation and migration.

For the 2nd half of the program, participants will create their own bat tee shirts (please bring your own white cotton tshirt).


Space is limited and registration is required, please click below to register.


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AGES 5 & UP: The Poop Museum

10:00am - 11:00am


If you'd like to be on the waitlist, please send an email to with your child's first and last name, age, and your phone number. If we get any cancelations, we will contact you by phone. (Note: we do not leave voicemails for waitlist notifications).

The Poop Museum is the place for those who are curious and have questions about poop, or love poop, or think it’s fascinating!
 Presenter Susie Maguire is a creative learning and development specialist, an award winning teacher, storyteller and event creator, and a poop expert who thinks poop is THE most interesting subject in the world. She has studied poop for years and loves nothing more than sharing her expansive knowledge of poop with the people of the world.

At The Poop Museum, everyone learns many fantastic, fabulous and fun facts about human, animal and insect poop, many of which truly amaze and surprise.

Just a few of the poopers that visitors to the Poop Museum will meet, include:
- The world’s messiest pooper
- The animal that has poop attack powers
- The animal that uses poop as protection
- The rainbow pooper
- The animal that has to hold its poop ALL winter long

At The Poop Museum, everyone learns A LOT, and some of the facts that are shared are mind blowing! But the Poop Museum is also full of laughter ... because ... well ... our subject is poop and Susie has found a wonderful way to blend solid science with the hilarity that humans love when it comes to poop.

So come and see us to learn and laugh and talk all about poop when The Poop Museum visits your town!

Space is limited and registration is required, please click below to register.

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BEGINNING READERS: Read to Karl the Dog

3:15pm - 4:15pm

THIS PROGRAM IS FULL, but there is still room in next month's Read to Karl program on Wednesday May 8th 3:30pm. Click here if you'd like to register for that instead:


Karl is a great listener!

Ludlow Animal Control Officer Octavia Anderson will bring her registered therapy dog Karl to the library to provide a friendly, non-judgemental ear for beginning readers.

Readers will have 10-15 minutes to read to Karl all by themselves. We will schedule your specific time after you register.

Please click below to register.




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Sarah Clay and the StarCats

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month! Each year, Sarah Clay and the StarCats create a new themed concert that is both entertaining and informative. All ages are welcome.

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ALL AGES: Earth Day Scavenger Hunt

9:00am - 5:00pm

Get ready for Earth Day by hunting the Youth Room for tips and tricks on how to take care of the environment and fight climate change to win a prize!



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