Children

Geek Club Meetings
The Geek Club is now a self-service book club! Stop by each month and pick up a copy of the most recent selection. When you finish, leave a comment, make a meme, or post a quote from the book online at: https://suttongeekclub.wordpress.com/. Unplugged? That’s, cool too. We have a comment board in the library where you can post-it your opinions!
 
When: Whenever.
Where: Geek Club books are displayed each month in the Teen section.
Who: For people whose only exercise comes from running from commitment!
 
 
Tinker Tuesday
Ages 8 and up
 
Tuesday, August 21 at 3 PM
           
It’s time to tinker! Join us for wires, batteries and mad creations!
These programs are funded by a donation from The Osterman Family Foundation.
 

 

 
Ages 8-13
Here at the EGC, we are recruiting those with a certain something, that spark of curiosity that could save the world or destroy it! We have robots, little bits, and motorized Legos, oh my! We will build! We will destroy! Join us! This is a four-week program that will be run twice this summer starting in June and then again in July. Knowing your busy schedules, you can sign up for either the morning or afternoon group. Each session follows the same syllabus.

Session 1: Wednesday, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25
Morning group at 10:30 AM OR Afternoon group at 3:30 PM

Session 2: Monday July 23, July 30, August 6, August 13
Morning group at 10:30 AM OR Afternoon group at 3:30 PM
This program is funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation.


This program is for Graduates of Evil Genius Club
This is a program reserved for the chosen few, who have already been recruited by the EGC (See above). We will take all we learned at the EGC and expand it and add to it and try not to blow ourselves up in the process! Knowing your busy schedules, you can sign up for either the morning or afternoon group.

Friday, July 13, 20, 27, & August 3
Morning group at 10:30 AM OR Afternoon group at 3:30 PM
This program is funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation. 




Ages 14 and up
​Tuesday, July 24 at 4 PM 

 We’re sharing insider information on everything from how to prepare the day before to what to do after your interview. Friendly professionals will be offering mock interviews in a low-pressure environment.

Registration Required- Space is Limited
​ Ages 10 and up
Saturday, August 11 from 4-6 PM

 Have you ever wanted to be a rock star? Are you ready for a murder mystery event where you get to play an integral part of the story? Join us in the library after hours, while you act out your role and try to survive the diva egos, the rabid fans, and other bandmates who would do anything for a bigger spot in the limelight. Please register by July 20th if you would like a role in the murder mystery story, and please include your e-mail address when you register. We will email you your character’s name and storyline prior to the day of the event.
 Funded by the Friends of the Sutton Library.


A Teen Cooking Program
Ages 10 and up​
Thursday, August 16 at 4 PM 

Goodbye boring out-of-the-box snacks. The snack recipes in this class are super easy to make at home and are amazingly delicious! Join chef Liz Barbour for this fun and delicious demonstration class. Recipes and samples are included.
This program is funded by a grant from The Osterman Family Foundation


Ages 5-18, participating parents welcome
3rd Floor Town Hall Meeting Room

In this workshop, the audience will create an air rocket that launches across the room, and engineer a way for a payload to return safely to Earth. This hands-on workshop explores the science behind rockets and space exploration. Use your imagination to plan, build, and test your own design. Funded by a Museum of Science Traveling Programs scholarship and a grant from the Osterman Family Foundation.