***Due to COVID-19 Restrictions Playgroup is virtual! Subscribe to Miss Pam's You Tube Channel: "Canaan's Playgroup From Home". The library will support with distribution of Miss Pam's activity kits, themed books, and the 1000 Books  Before Kindergarten Program.***


**(see above note: VIRTUAL due to COVID 19) ** Playgroup in the library with Pam (Pre-K specialist at Canaan Schools) Thursdays 9-11am.

Birth to 5 and caregivers.

Learning play, stories, crafts, and a snack. We usually have a friendly mix of fathers, mothers, grandparents and other caregivers.

First Lego League Robotics

- between seasons, ON HOLD contact for details -

The library's First Lego League team meets once a week to build Lego Mindstorm robots and plan their approach to this year's FLL challenge

Once a month

Book Club for adults.

A different book every month. New members always welcome. We are doing a monthly ZOOM online "Any Book Club" the first Thursday of the month during the Stay Home order at 4:30 call for info and please join us!  Call 266-7135 for the ZOOM info. 

Monday & Thursdays 3pm - 4.45pm


All ages welcome. Play our state of the art virtual reality system with the new Oculus Touch controllers: fight zombies, climb mountains, duel with powerful magic.

Fiber Friends 1pm Mondays

Grace Community Church

*on hold due to COVID -19 please call the library to stay tuned!*

Bring your own sewing, knitting, crafting to the Fiber Friends and get creative! Masks are required and 6 feet of social distancing. The group meets in the church basement. All welcome. 

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