Spring Break

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All Beaverton City Library Spring Break activities are online in 2021! 

Register with an email address and we'll email you a link to the event an hour before it starts.


Spring Break Family Storytime, Sunday


Sunday, March 21, 4:30-4:45 PM 
All ages welcome, best for ages 8 and under and family. 

Families with kids of all ages will enjoy this storytime with Jennifer, featuring books, fingerplays, and lots of music!  Register now. 

Spring Break Family Storytime, Monday


Monday, March 22, 10:15 - 10:30 AM 
All ages welcome, best for ages 8 and under and family.

Families with kids of all ages will enjoy this storytime with Jennifer, featuring books, fingerplays, and lots of music! Register now. 

Whose Scat is That? 


Monday, March 22nd, 2-3 PM 
Grades 1-5 

Go off the beaten path and learn about tracking animals. In this case, it’s not the animal tracks we’ll look at, it’s their poop! Learn how to identify which animal left what scat and play a game of “What's That Scat?!” In partnership with Trackers Earth. Register now. 

Flutter Party! (All About Butterflies) 


Tuesday, March 23, 2 - 3 PM 
Grades K-4 

Join us as we read stories, dance, draw, and learn fun facts all about butterflies! You are also welcome to pick up a butterfly craft kit at either the main library or the Murray Scholls branch a week before or after the program. Register now.

Toddler Storytime: Indoor Camping 


Wednesday, March 24, 10:15 – 10:40 AM 
Ages 2-3 years. 

Join MacKenzie for this special storytime designed for kids ages 2-3. From our at-home forts, enjoy books, songs, rhymes, and more! Storytime will end with a suggestion for a camping-related activity you can do at home with materials you’re likely to have on hand. Register now. 

Make a Sun Dial 


Wednesday, March 24, 2 – 2:30 PM 
Grades K-5 

Learn how you can make your own sun dial to tell time! Register now. 

Sock Monkey Storytime 


Thursday, March 25, 11 – 11:30 AM 
Ages 2-10 

Join us for an all-ages storytime featuring monkey-themed books, songs, rhymes, and a visit from a special guest! Register now

Scary Stories to Read in the Dark 


Thursday, March 25, 2 –2:30 PM 
Grades 3-6 

Sit back, relax, and be ready to get spooked while MacKenzie reads from "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" by Alvin Schwartz. For peak spookiness, tune in from a basement, attic, or closet - anywhere dark will work! Register now. 

Show & Tell: Nature Poems 


Friday, March 26, 2-3 PM 
Grades K-3 

Share a poem that you wrote about nature or that someone else has written! Grades K-3. Register now.