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Story Time and more!

See the Kids' Calendar for specific dates & times and special events.

Baby Time (3 to 18 months)

Enjoy time together with other parents, caregivers, and babies while participating actively in rhymes, finger plays, and songs. Baby Time encourages your child's language, social, and motor skills development.

Come prepared to sit on the floor one-on-one with your baby in your lap. Baby Time is a 30 minute program. Separate sessions are offered for younger babies who are less mobile and for older babies on the move.

Story Time (up to 5 years)

Story Time is perfect for children who are not in school yet and their caregivers. Children build early literacy skills through books, music, and movement. Each Story Time session is followed by a craft.

Check the calendar for special Saturday Story Time sessions, which are great for older children as well.

 

Bilingual Story Time (up to 5 years)

Bilingual Story Time is for all children. It introduces basic elements of the Spanish language such as names, letters, numbers, colors, animals, and more.

Sensory Story Time

Sensory Story Time is an inclusive monthly program developed for children and young adults who are on the autism spectrum or differently-abled and is presented at a preschool level of development.

Play Time (up to 5 years)

Free play provides children with a highly engaging and meaningful context for learning essential literacy concepts and skills. Children and caregivers can drop-in and enjoy. All toys are provided by the library.

Toddler Movie Matinee (up to 5 years)

Children and their caregivers can enjoy a monthly toddler-friendly movie. Bring snacks and a blanket to sit on.

Story Time Tips

Follow these tips to make the most out of your story time experience.

Songs & Rhymes

Check out one of our favorite YouTube sources for toddler songs and rhymes.

Early Literacy Skills

Learn about six skills that will prepare your child for reading and writing.

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