Lincolnshire Libraries

Children's Activities

Activities for babies and toddlers

Keep little ones entertained and help them develop with these activities for younger children.

Rhyme time

Have fun at this infants' session with nursery rhymes and songs to foster early language and listening skills.


A delightful hour where children gather to hear enchanting stories that ignite their imaginations and curiosity.

Mini Crafternoons

A crafting corner for little hands to create and leam, developing fine motor skills and artistic expression.

Clubs for children over 5

Here you'll find a range of activities for primary school children available at library locations across Lincolnshire. Check the timetable above to browse activities near you.

Children's Craft Club

Bring the kids for some crafting fun! We've got all sorts of cool projects for them to dive into.

LEGO club

A club where creativity meets construction, with Lego blocks serving as the foundation for imagination and engineering. 

Lego and Coding Club

Kids’ club for building with LEGOs and learning code, enhancing creativity.

Groups for kids and teens

There's also plenty for older kids to get involved with too, from book clubs to study help sessions.

Book Wizards

Readers explore fantasy literature, encouraging imaginative reading

Ukrainian Teenage Group

Help your teens connect with others in a group designed for sharing experiences and making new friends.

Supporting resources for kids

From books that ignite their imaginations to homework resources, browse our kids collections below.
View more children's resources in our catalogue Go to catalogue

How to get involved

Check the timetable for your local library to see which activities are available across Lincolnshire.

Most of our library activities are free to attend, so there's no need to pay.
Turn up to your chosen activity on the day to join in. Please note: some activities do require booking.
Want to get the most out of your local library? Sign up for a Lincolnshire Library Membership.

Activity FAQs

Can't find what you're looking for?

How do you book activities?
Go to book events and activities page, select your activity, click book and add to your account. 

Can you go to an activity that's not at your registered library?
Yes, you're welcome to experience children's activities at all GLL libraries.

Can non-members come to library activities?
Yes, everyone is welcome to come to children's activities at GLL libraries. 

What our members say

I just have to give a shoutout to our local library for the fantastic children's activities they offer. My little one absolutely loves the creative and educational programs. The librarians go above and beyond to make each session engaging and fun.

Eliza Green

It's not easy keeping teenagers entertained, but the library nails it every time. From cool workshops to fun events, they've created a space where teens can connect, learn, and just be themselves.

Marvin Skeeks

The baby and toddler activities are an absolute lifesaver for parents looking to add a little educational fun to their day. The librarians create a warm and welcoming environment where my little ones can explore, learn and make friends.

Tabi Penny