• For Adults
  • For Kids
  • For Teachers
  • For Teens
Printer-friendly version/Text-only Print this page

Storytime & Events

January 11 - April 7, 2016

Cozy up at the library for our fall storytimes: Alphabet Soup, Baby Tales, Curious Science Investigators, Evening Storytime, Polish Storytime, and Story Lab. A ticket or registration is required for entry into these events. See our newsletter or online calendar for more information.

Alphabet Soup
For ages 2 - 3 years with parent/caregiver
Wednesdays at 10am (45 minutes)
Focuses on alphabet, number, shape and color recognition using nursery rhymes, stories, finger plays, puppets and songs. There is also a simple craft. Ticket required.

Baby Tales
For ages 6 months - 2 years with parent/caregiver
Mondays at 10am (45 minutes)
Features nursery rhymes, stories, finger plays, and songs. There is also a simple craft and playtime. Ticket required.

CSI - Curious Science Investigators
For 1st grade and up
Tuesdays or Thursdays at 4:15pm (45 minutes)
Have you heard about STEM? This class combines a little bit of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math with a whole lot of fun! Hands-on activities for inquisitive minds! (Shhh...learning involved). Space limited to 30. Registration required.

Evening Storytime
For all ages and families
Wednesdays at 6:30pm (30 minutes)
Includes stories, puppets, fingerplays, and songs. A craft will be available. Ticket required.

Polish Storytime
For all ages and families
Mondays at 6:30pm (30 minutes)
Includes stories, puppets, finger plays, songs, and a craft - all in Polish. Ticket required.

Story Lab
For ages 3 and up with parent/caregiver
Tuesdays at 10am or 1:30pm (1 hour)
Thursdays at 10am (1 hour)
Read, explore, ask, discover. This interactive class will include stories, crafts, and simple science activities that promote reading and encourage a child's natural curiosity about the world. Space limited to 30. Ticket required.

Last Updated: December 18, 2015

XHTML 1.0 Transitional | CSS 2.1 | Section 508 | WAI-AA WCAG 1.0 | Site Index | Feedback