Middletown Township Public Library

mt libraryThe following programs are scheduled at Middletown Township Public Library, 55 New Monmouth Road, Middletown:

Fun for all in March @ the Middletown Library!

Programs @ the library March 15 – 21

Cursive Writing for Tweens Mon, March 16th (Ages 9 – 12)

 Want to learn how to write in cursive? Well join us! Get fancy handwriting with Miss Stephanie! Classes meet every other Monday afternoon at 4:00 pm.


We treat each of our patients as part of the family at Atlantic Highlands Animal Hospital. We offer top-quality surgical and dental treatments for cats and dogs. For the best pet care in the Atlantic Highlands, NJ, call us at (732) 291-4400. https://www.atlantichighlandsvet.com

St. Patrick’s Day Simply Storytime & Playgroup Tues, March 17th @ 10:30am (All Ages)

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with stories and songs about all things green! Afterwards, we’ll bring out the toys for our usual play group activities. Wear green for luck!

Tween Tech Time Wed, March 18th @ 10am (Ages 9 – 12)

Learn about the Stock Market and compete against one another to make the most money using a virtual stock market computer game in this 3 week session. The winning team will win glory and prizes! April is Financial Literacy Month!

Read to a Dog Wed, March 18th @ 10am (Grades K & Up)

 Read to A Dog is a great way to improve the literacy skills of children. It encourages children to read by providing a non-judgmental listener in our furry friends. Children will read to a dog for five minutes .This program is for independent readers only-grades K-5.

School Age StorytimeThurs, March 19th @ 7:30pm (Grades K & Up) (Drop-In)

Designed for children in grades K and up, this storytime incorporates longer stories, perfect for children with longer attention spans. Parents and caregivers must remain in the library during the program.

Crafternoon: Beautiful Butterflies Fri, March 20th @ 4pm (Ages 4 & Up)

Children will paint and decorate their butterflies so be sure to dress for mess and come have a blast making this fun springtime craft. *please arrive promptly on time or your space may be filled..

Fun ongoing programs:

Simply Storytime Tue, March 17th @ 10:30am, Wed, March 18th @ 6:30 pm & Thurs, March 19th @10:30 am (All Ages) School Age Storytime (Drop-in) Thurs, March 19th @ 7:30pm (Grades K & Up) Kid’s Playgroup (Drop-in) Tues March 17th @10:30am (All Ages)

 Mother Goose (Drop-in) Mon, March 16th  @ 10am (Ages 0-32 months)

DROP IN Events all month long-  

Enjoy some spontaneous fun, get help, practice a skill or make new friends in our drop-in programs throughout the month @ Middletown Township Public Library.  We offer American Sign Language instruction, Math Tutoring, LEGO’s, Scrabble & Chess for Kids, TEEN Tutoring & Reading Buddies.   There’s always an art project to create or a puzzle to be solved in the Discovery Zone.  Visit mtpl.org for a detailed calendar of events.


 Pre-registration required unless otherwise indicated; Visit mtpl.org or call 732-671-3700×340 for more details & a complete list of programming

Special Events in March @ the Middletown Library!


IRISH TALES too! – Sun, March 15th 2:30pm All Ages 

Leapin’ leprechauns, it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day! Wear your GREEN and join the fun as we celebrate Irish heritage with stories, crafts, light refreshments & World Champion Irish Step Dancers!  Pre-Registration Required *Food Allergy Alert

NJ Makers Day 2015 – Sat, March 21st 10am-4pm  All Ages

A statewide single-day event that celebrates, promotes, & introduces the MAKER CULTURE to all.  Discover the values associated with making, tinkering & STEM based learning…Science experiments, book binding, pottery wheel, paper crafting and more!  Experience a 3D Printer in action!  NJ Makers Day is a flexible, fun and educational experience for all!


NJ Youth Symphony Orchestra- Sun, March 22nd 3pm    All Ages                                                                                                    This family event by the NJ Youth Symphony Orchestra performance will include their Chamber Group and their Youth Orchestra. All are welcome.

 Pre-registration required unless otherwise indicated; Visit mtpl.org or call 732-671-3700×340 for more details & a complete list of programming


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