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Children

Events


LIBRARY CLUB AND TEDDY BEAR TIME

Preschool storytime for children and their families. Come listen to stories and make a craft!

Library Club is Wednesdays @ 9:30am

Teddy Bear Time is Thursdays @ 1:00pm

 

January 29th & 30th:                Theme is arctic animals. Craft is making a polar bear mask.

 

LEARNING SQUAD

Thursday, January 23rd @ 6:00pm

Grades 3rd-5th grade join us for a once a month, 45 minute STEAM program with fun & creative themes! Please register.

 

 

READ RHYME RHYTHM

Friday, January 24th @ 10:00AM

Friday, February 28th @ 10:00AM

Friday, March 27th @ 10:00AM

Friday, April 24th @ 10:00AM

Friday, May 22nd @ 10:00AM

A book based creative movement class introducing literacy skills through actions with Beth Mueller. Ages 3-5, parents plan on staying with your children. Please register.

 

 

FAMILY MOVIE MATINEE

Friday, January 24th @ 1:00PM

We will be showing the movie, Abominable, in the Community Room. Bring a snack to eat and something to sip while you watch the movie. All ages are welcome!

 

 

1000 Books Before Kindergarten


The 1,000 Books program helps parents and caregivers develop early literacy skills in their children and build a solid learning foundation before they start school. It encourages parents and children to integrate reading and the public library into their everyday lives.  The program is open to all babies, toddlers and preschoolers who have not yet entered kindergarten/5k.



Stop by the library to register your child and receive a reading log to keep track of the books shared together. You can record every book you read with your child, and each time you reread a book you can count it again.



We hope you’ll join us in promoting early literacy skills! View the brochure here.

 

1st Grade Field Trips 


Each spring the library offers field trips for 1st graders from surrounding schools. Children have a tour of the library and receive their own library card.