Enrichment Events at the Acton Library

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See what’s coming up at the Acton Curriculum Library and RSVP to join us!

Story Time & Art: Clementine Hunter: February 7

Learners are invited to the Acton Curriculum Library to discover the story of Clementine Hunter, a traditional folk artist whose work showcased the highs and lows of Southern farm life. While many people came to see her work in galleries, Clementine was barred from seeing her own work because of the color of her skin. Learners will then make their own folk art in the style of murals and graffiti with crayons.

100th Day of School (1st-5th grade): February 15

To celebrate the first 100 days of school, learners in grades 1-5 will write about what life will be like when they are 100 while keeping a bucket list of things to do before then! They will also have the opportunity to make and take home their own booklets featuring 100 of their favorite parts of speech.

Parents/guardians are required to stay with their learner(s) at this event.


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Read Across America

On March 2, we celebrate America’s diverse readers with Read Across America Day. This day helps encourage a love of reading across the nation. Take a look at this website…

Join Us for a Virtual Lunch Bunch!

Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch groups are an opportunity for all learners to connect with peers their own age. This is a social activity for learners to eat lunch together, talk with one…

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Writing Workshop for Middle & High School Learners

Middle and high school learners are invited to the Acton Curriculum Library on March 28 from 10:00 AM to noon to learn writing skills in a small-group setting. Please register…

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