The Public Library of Brookline is pleased to announce that we will soon be resuming in-person programs. Beginning Monday, November 15, we will hold in-person children’s programs at all three library locations, including storytimes, LEGO Club, and craft activities. We will also continue offering virtual programs for adults and kids of all ages.

Everyone age two and older must wear a mask covering their mouth and nose when visiting the library, including during in-person programs. Social distancing and capacity limits will also be in place at all on-site events. We look forward to welcoming children and families back for storytimes and activities!
The Library’s schedule of in-person children’s programming is as follows. Please note there will be no in-person programs at the Brookline Village Library on November 24 or 25, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. For a full listing of virtual and in-person library programs, please see our online calendar at
In-Person Children’s Programs:
LEGO Club at the Coolidge Corner Library – Mondays at 3 PM
Free-building fun with LEGO. LEGO bricks supplied by the Library. For ages 2 and up.
Storytime at the Putterham Library – Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
Fingerplays, songs, and stories for ages 5 and under.
Storytime at the Coolidge Corner Library – Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
Fingerplays, songs, and stories for ages 5 and under.
Children’s Drop-In Craft Program at the Brookline Village Library – Wednesdays at 2:30 PM
Stop by anytime between 2:30-4 PM for drop-in crafting in Hunneman Hall. Recommended for ages 5-8.
Storytime at the Brookline Village Library – Thursdays at 10:30 AM
Fingerplays, songs, and stories are recommended for ages 2-5.