Craft classes now start at age 3; registration simplified

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Craft classes for kids at the Nashua Public Library now start as young as age 3. The Children’s Room offers Beginner Arts and Crafts Classes for ages 3 to 5, Creative Craft Classes for ages 6 to 8, and Tween Crafts for ages 9 to 11.

Registration for craft classes, Lego Legion, and vacation week events has been simplified; parents no longer need to sign kids up weeks in advance. Simply come to the library on the day of the event and put your name on the list. The first 16 (or 24, depending on the class) children signed up can attend.

No child is too young to visit the library: Babies and Books Storytimes for kids up to 24 months old are held on Thursday mornings. Storytimes and Puppets Shows for all ages are held five times a week.

For all the details go to or call (603) 589-4631.