If you're looking for some fun and games, we've got you covered! Check out our physical collection of games and activities you can use when you visit the Library or the digital collections you can access on your computer or device from home!

Board Games

A number of Board Games are available at the library. There are games for kids and their caregivers to use while visiting the Children’s Area and also games for teens and adults located on the Mezz. Simply bring your friends, choose the Board Game you would like to play and have fun!

Board games are only available for in-house use while at the Library.

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Launchpads are pre-loaded tablets with fun puzzles, games, interactive books and other activites that introduces math, science, technology, engineering, and art concepts to children ages 3 and up. Launchpads help develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills, spatial reasoning as well as foster creativity. You can check out one Launchpad per Library card for seven days.

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Launchpad Overview

Maker Boxes

Maker Boxes include hands on activities for kids in the library. Some of the activities are sets that kids can play and learn with (such as Brio Building, Magformers and Snap Circuits) and some of the kits are more crafty in nature (such as knitting and origami). When using the crafty kits, kids are welcome to take their creations home!

Maker Boxes are only available for in-house use while at the Library and there is no limit to the number of Maker Boxes you can try in a visit. 

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The New York Times Games

Exercise your mind with The New York Times Games. Enjoy 24 hour access to iconic games like Crossword, Wordle, Spelling Bee, Sudoku, and more!

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