Our Baby Bookworm program is a great way to start working on early literacy and learning skills with your baby, and to have fun doing it! Our Baby Time programs include: Baby Bookworm, Sensory Play Group, and Duplo Play Hour. During Baby Bookworm we will share stories, music, and active play. Caregivers play an important part of the learning experience. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, relative, or nanny, come in ready to be a part of the fun! Lend your voice to the songs, keep younger babies on your lap and add a bounce to finger plays or rhymes, and dance through bubbles with your little one at the close of the program! Sensory play encourages young children to explore their world and socialize with other children their own age and helps to develop hand-eye coordination, social skills, and language development. Duplo building also helps build find motor skills and can be a social outlet for young children.
Baby Time programs will always begin at 10:30 am on Wednesday mornings from
April 10 to May 29
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Evening Story Times for Families
Our evening story times are open to families with children of all ages. Young children are welcome to come to the library already dressed for bed, and with their favorite stuffed toy or blankie.
Monday evenings at 7:00 PM
April 9 to May 28
Toddler Tales are intended for toddlers between the ages of 2 and 5 years. We share stories, rhymes, fingerplays, and songs.
Thursday mornings at 11:00 AM April 12 to May 31