Each week, your child will get a handout with the books, songs and other activities we've enjoyed.
Sing the songs and do the activities
during the week with your child. Select books
from the library to read at home.
reading to your child is the most important thing you can do to encourage a love of books and reading.
September 9 - October 31
November 2 - December 12*
Baby Walkers for babies ages 12-24 months
Wednesdays at 9:30 a.m.
Baby Lapsit for babies up to 12 months
Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Speaking, singing and reading to babies sparks their creativity and brain development. Begin your baby's road to reading with 15-20 minutes of rhymes, songs and simple books in these spirited programs for our youngest patrons. A playtime follows each program.
* No storytime November 4 or November 11
Tales for 2s and 3s for kids ages 2-3
Thursdays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Join us for a 25-minute early literacy storytime with books, fingerplays, puppets, songs, movement activities and apps. An early literacy playtime follows each program.
* No storytime November 5 or November 26
Tales for 4s and More for kids ages 4-6
Fridays at 9:30 a.m.
This storytime includes 40 minutes of more complex stories, songs and activities that introduce the wider world and encourage the attentiveness necessary for school success. To help allow your preschoolers to practice their kindergarten skills without distraction, younger siblings are not invited to this storytime.
* No storytime November 6 or November 27
Saturday Story Shorts for kids ages 1-5
Saturdays at 10 a.m.*
Enjoy a fun-filled half-hour program
including a story or two, a song or
movement activity, and an easy craft. Geared for children ages 2-5, but families are welcome to come enjoy the program together. No registration necessary.
* No storytime November 7 or December 5
Please call the Children's Room (758-6585) if you have any questions about storytime at the library.
A Note on Age-Specific Groups
Because our storytimes are designed
for specific age groups and contain content unique to their developmental
needs, we ask that children remain in their age-appropriate storytime
until they are old enough to advance to the next level.
Return to First Five Years page.