Event Category: Events for Children

Our favorite therapy dog, Bailey, is back, and she can’t wait to hear some stories! We are excited to able to offer our Tales with Tails program with a set-up that includes appropriate social distancing. These sessions are contingent upon the library building being open to the public. They will be canceled if we are […]

K is for kangaroo and king. What else can you think of that starts with K? Perfect for preschoolers and early elementary students, in this episode of Reading ABCs we learn about the letter K through activities, songs, and a story. After the video premieres on Facebook, you can also watch it on our YouTube […]

Jeff Jantz, local artist and author of “Gruel Snarl Draws a Wild Zugthing,” demonstrates how to make sculptures with polymer clay and aluminum foil in this video. Beginning on Monday, January 18th, stop by the library to pick up a free clay crafting kit so that you can create along with Jeff. A limited number […]

If you care for an infant, toddler, or preschooler, Mother Goose on the Loose is for you! Full of traditional rhymes, songs, and movement, following along with MGOL videos is a fun way to spend time with your little one. This episode will also be available on our YouTube channel after its Facebook premiere.

This special storytime, presented by children’s librarian and reading specialist, Julie Dries, will include some simple comprehension strategies to help kids better understand and enjoy what they are reading. Stop by the library to pick up activity sheets to go along with this story, while supplies last, beginning on Saturday, January 30th. Don’t worry if […]

Our favorite therapy dog, Bailey, is back, and she can’t wait to hear some stories! We are excited to able to offer our Tales with Tails program with a set-up that includes appropriate social distancing. These sessions are contingent upon the library building being open to the public. They will be canceled if we are […]