Noyes Children's Library Foundation Storywalk® | Kids Out and About DMV

Noyes Children's Library Foundation Storywalk®

Welcome to the inaugural Noyes Children’s Library Foundation’s Storywalk®, available from January 10, 2021 through January 31, 2021! Since libraries throughout the area remain closed, we are Making MORE Noyes by inviting children and families to read Jan Brett’s winter classic, The Mitten, while walking through historic Old Town Kensington.

Please help us keep this calendar up to date! If this activity is sold out, canceled, or otherwise needs alteration, email so we can update it immediately.

There are craft kits based on The Mitten available in front of Noyes Children’s Library at 10237 Carroll Place in Kensington on Saturdays and Sundays through January (starting on Sunday, January 10th), while supplies last. These free kits are provided by the Foundation to add to your family fun!

PLEASE share a photo of the StoryWalk®, a selfie at Noyes, and/or a photo of the completed craft on the Noyes Children’s Library Foundation Facebook page, post to Facebook and tag Noyes Children’s Library Foundation, or post to Instagram and tag @makemorenoyes.  

Follow the Foundation as makemorenoyes on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and go to our website at for updates on our StoryWalks®, craft kits, Facebook Readalouds, and MORE!

The Noyes Storywalk® is made possible by a grant from Edelman, and through the cooperation of the Kensington businesses listed below.

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration Rachel Senechal of the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. The Kellogg-Hubbard Library continues to be the central information point for the StoryWalk® Project. For more information please go to

*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.


10237 Carroll Place
Kensington, MD, 20895
United States


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