Programs For School-Age Students

Lakewood Public Library provides a wide variety of extended learning opportunities for elementary school children. Quality programs that provide positive child development and a wide range of age-appropriate programming choices are available and accessible when students are not in school.

Minecraft Explorers

For students entering Third through Fifth Grade. Are you a total blockhead? Have you explored every crevice of the Overworld, the Nether and the End? Created your own amazing architecture? Confronted the Ender Dragon and lived to tell about it? If you’re a true Minecraft Explorer then come join us for six weeks of Minecraft-themed […] Read More

Lakewood Lego League

For students in Kindergarten through Fifth grade. If you build it, you’ll have fun! Use your imagination and the Library’s collection of LEGO® bricks to create fabulous new structures and designs. Meet other building fans and check out our large collection of LEGO® books. Tickets will be given out thirty minutes before each scheduled time. […] Read More

Happy Chinese

For students in first through sixth grade. Learn about Chinese characters, expressions and culture in this seven-week interactive program. Feel-good hands-on activities enhance the learning experience with fun and laughter. Registration Required. Read More

Art Connection

For students in Kindergarten through Fifth grade. Art activities let you express your view of the world. Create your own unique piece of art to take home and show off to family and friends. Registration required. Read More

Meet Local Author/Illustrator: Judi Cunningham & Rozenia Cunningham

Judi Cunningham and Rozenia Cunningham are the author and illustrator of a children’s picture book titled Blue Eyes Brown Eyes. This book was written to start a dialogue about racism as two best friends find out that, due to their eye color, they aren’t supposed to be friendsanymore. Judi Cunningham is a poet and nurse. […] Read More