Preschool Storytime engages children ages 3 to 5 in books, interactive stories, songs, and crafts each week. This program helps children build school skills like letter recognition, taking turns, listening, fine motor skills, and more. Caregivers will learn early literacy tips to prepare children for future reading success.
Baby Bookworm Storytime
Join us each week for stories, songs, baby sign language, and more! Baby Bookworms introduces children birth to 2 years old to the library through books, songs, rhymes, and playtime. Caregivers will learn early literacy tips while baby learns to interact with other children.
Get the wiggles out with music, interactive stories, bubbles, and more each week! Toddlers will be introduced to books, songs, flannel board stories, and sensory play while caregivers learn tips to help children build pre-reading skills. Toddler Storytime is targeted to children ages 1-3 years old
Dinner for Kids and Teens
Children ages 18 and under can eat a free dinner every Monday and Wednesday at 4:00 PM at the library.
Every Wednesday at the library our Makerspace Station will be set up. Each Wednesday will have a different science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) challenge. The station is meant to inspire and create a platform for to explore using different supplies.
Join the library for a family-oriented Bilingual Storytime targeting ages 2 to 6 for book
selections. Bilingual Storytime is on the second Wednesday of each month. Children will explore stories, flannel games, songs and sensory activities while also exploring the Spanish language. Bilingual Storytimes provide early literacy skills. It also can provide Spanish speaking families a sense of cultural familiarity through books, rhymes, and songs. Bilingual Storytime will have an English-speaking storyteller and a Spanish-speaking storyteller.
Throughout the year, the library will play different movies!
Curious about our previous programming before covid-19? Check back for return dates for these great programs in the future!
Family storytime engages children birth to age 8 in books, interactive stories, songs, and games each week. This program helps children build pre-reading and school skills like letter recognition, taking turns, listening, fine motor skills, and more. Caregivers will learn early literacy tips to prepare children for future reading success.
Saturday Storytime with Ruff Reading
Explore stories and STEM activities each month! Children will explore stories on a topic and then explore a hands on STEM experiment like building boats and charming paper snakes with static electricity. Children will also engage with Chloe and Zoey, our therapy dogs who love to help children build their confidence for reading out loud and their love of learning.
Get ready for a hands-on exploration of science, technology, engineering, and math! Each week children ages 7—11 will explore STEM topics through interactive experiments and activities. Learn to code your own video game, create an electrical circuit, and more!
Join fellow chess players for an afternoon game. Any extra chess boards are appreciated and will help ensure everyone has a place to play. All skill levels are welcome.
Kids’ Book of the Month
Explore a new book each month! Checkout this month’s featured book, then complete one of this month’s activities about the book!
Connect with your inner LEGO architect each week! Build your own LEGO creations every Tuesday with the library’s LEGOs. All creations will be displayed in the library for one week. Open to all ages.
Puppet Play Night
Children of all ages can play at the library’s puppet theater. Create your own characters and stories while building early literacy skills through dramatic play!
The library hosts additional fun, free educational programs during school breaks, including spring and fall breaks.