Classic Perler Bead craft! Make cute designs with tiny beads! Open to ages 11-12+, Walk ins welcome!
Use beautiful old costume jewelry to make a 3D art piece! Open to ages 11+ Tuesday February 22
Register on our event calendar for our February Break Activities for Young Adults!
Please join us on Saturday, March 11th from 11:00am – 1:00pm in our Community Room for a Community Seed Swap hosted by Kate Donovan from Blackstone Valley Veggie Gardens! Bring your labeled leftover seeds and learn all about seeds… from planting to harvest, trade seeds, tips and smiles and get those seedlings started! While you’re … Continued
We’re partnering with the Massachusetts Center for the Book to offer you a fun, unique, monthly reading challenge for 2023! January’s is to read a book less than 100 pages in length. Sign up for the challenge at: https://www.massbook.org/readingchallenge then fill out a brief online form for each monthly book you read, and you’ll be … Continued
Join the PPL for our Virtual Roblox Club! Each week, log into the Zoom room to play your favorite games with your library friends. Breakout rooms will be available for different games and ages. Players of all levels are welcome to this program; the only thing you need to bring is your own Roblox account. … Continued
Looking to try a new hobby? Want fresh material for game night? Browse our Library of Things and borrow some great new things from us! Yard games, board games, sewing machines, an ice cream maker, and more!
We will meet one Thursday a month to discuss books. Open to ages 13-18. This summer, we will be meeting virtually over Zoom to discuss whatever participants are reading individually that month, or their favorite book! Email us to sign up!
Tech Teens at the Palmer Public Library is a volunteer organization dedicated to helping members of the community with technology by teaching them to use it and helping people to complete simple tasks. The library may also have opportunities for special projects. The community needs more tech help than ever before, and we need responsible … Continued