Weekly StoryTime programs are designed to meet the early literacy needs of children through stories, rhymes and play - all while strengthening the bond between child and caregiver and cultivating a love for the library! Registration not required. Family StoryTime (All ages) Monday @ 7 p.m. Baby StoryTime (0-18 months) Wednesdays @ 9:30 a.m. Toddler StoryTime (18-36 months) Wednesdays @ 10:30 a.m. Preschool StoryTime (3-5 years) Thursdays or Fridays @ 10:30 a.m.
Stories and STEAM (grades 2-4) Thursday, December 21, 4-5 p.m. Bessmer Room of the Newton Public Library Join us on the third Thursday of each month for hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, art and math! This month, we will be making holiday cards with LED lights. Registration requested. To register, email email@example.com or call the library at 316-283-2890.
Free season make-and-take activities for kids ages 4-10 from 10 AM - Noon each month on the second Saturday. This month we will make beaded wreaths.
Enjoy the cold weather by cuddling up with a good book! Turn in your form between January 15 and February 15 to earn prizes!
Join us for breakfast and a discussion of the novel They Both Die At the End!
Everyone is welcome to join Walk & Roll Harvey at the Newton Lions Club Parade of Lights. Get your lights and decorate your bikes, trikes, strollers, scooters, wheelchair or self if you're walking! Meet-up is at 5:45 PM on Thursday, December 7 on W 7th & Main in Newton. Can't find us? Ask people in Lions Club shirts where we line up.
Join us downtown as we kick off the Christmas season in Newton! The evening will also include hot chocolate, cookies, and photos with Santa after the parade. Come early or stay late to shop in our fantastic downtown businesses. If you'd like to join the parade, get an entry form here: bit.ly/PofL2023
Come join Newton Wrestling Club for the 2023-2024 Season.
Join us to build with Legos every Friday!
Chisholm Middle School Assistant Principal, Chad Nulik, has been named 2023-2024 Kansas Assistant Principal of the Year.
After Saturday’s KSHSAA State Gymnastics Championships, head NHS gymnastics coach JoAnne Thaw will retire from the sport after an outstanding 50 year coaching career.