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For ages newborn - 3 yrs & caregivers
Twice every Tuesday morning at 9:45 and 10:45 a.m.
This storytime focuses on developing your baby’s pre-literacy skills and will introduce a love for books by using song, movement, and rhyme.
No registration. Just drop on in.
Family Evening Storytime
All ages with caregiver
Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
Family storytime is appropriate for your whole family, with books, songs, rhymes, movement activities, crafts and more! This Storytime helps reinforce a lifelong love of learning in children as well as offers parents, caregivers, and children reading techniques and new ideas about how to fully engage with reading.
2 - Hop Into a New Year
9 - No Moon, No Milk
16 - Rubber Ducky, You're the One
23- Bundle Up
30- Mucho Messy
6 - Train Trip
13 - Happy Hearts Day
20 - Chicka-Chicka Boom Boom
27 - Sniffles and Sneezes
3 - 5 year olds and their caregiver
Fridays at 10:15 a.m.
Your pre-readers will improve literacy skills that they need for their upcoming kindergarten year. This Storytime features longer books which are accompanied by a variety of activities, including puppetry, dramatics, and simple crafts
3 - No Moon, No Milk
10- Hop Into a New Year
17 - Bundle Up
24 - Rubber Ducky, You're the One
31 - Train Trip
7 - Mucho Messy!
14 - Happy Hearts Day
21 - Sniffles and Sneezes
28 - Chicka-Chicka Boom Boom
Jessica Hay Toddler Area
The Jessica Hay Toddler Area is the perfect place to have fun in the library, meet new friends and keep the kids' minds active through imagination. This area is open when the library is. Check it out on those cold winter days as well as those hot summer days.
A Note to Parents & Caregivers
Storytime is not just for kids! Our Storytimes are designed to demonstrate to parents how to teach early literacy skills. Please sit with your child and participate even if your child is shy. Children learn by example, and you are their best role model. We do not expect rapt silent attention. If your child does become disruptive, feel free to leave the room together and return when he/she has calmed down.
Food allergies affect 1 in 13 children under the age of 18. Please consider bringing snacks into library programs, including storytimes, that do not contain food that could hurt others.
Common food allergies
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