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.

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

Strokes of Genius

For students in second through fourth grade. Art activities and stories open up the world of art. Learn about renowned artists and the history of creativity. This program culminates in an art show for family and friends. Registration required. Read More

Illustration Creation

For students in Kindergarten through First grade. Love to look at the illustrations in picture books? Create your own pictures in this engaging program featuring picture book art. This six-week program will feature a different children’s book illustrator each week for project inspiration and will culminate with an art show for family and friends. Registration […] Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More

“Go Green” Scavenger Hunt

Search the children’s area for recyclables! Actually, you’ll be looking for pictures of recyclables. “Go Green” by writing your discoveries on a scavenger hunt sheet. Then enter it in a drawing for a prize. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at the Main Library Children’s and Youth Services desk. No registration is required. Read More