Win/Spr 2017 Programming for Babies & Toddlers:
The Winter/Spring Programming session will run from Monday, January 9 to Saturday, May 20.
Baby Storytime: Every Monday & Wednesday @10:30 am
Stories, rhymes, songs, and more! This program is a great way to introduce your little one to the Library, incorporating lots of movement, toys with textures, bells, and sensory activities! Best for children between the ages of 0-30 months.
Toddler Storytime: Every Monday & Wednesday @9:30 am
Listen to stories, sing songs, wiggle and move at this active storytime best for children between the ages of 2 and 3. This 20-25 minute storytime will be followed by a simple craft!
Babies Play 2 Learn: 1st Saturday of each month @10:30 am
Babies ages 0-30 months and their care givers are welcome to come learn through playing!
Toddlers Play 2 Learn: 2nd Saturday of each month @10:30 am
Toddlers ages 2-3 years and their care givers are welcome to come learn through playing!
Creative Constructors: Tuesdays @3:30pm and 4th Saturday of each month @10:30 am
Children ages 0-12 years and their families are welcome to build, learn, and play with LEGO® and Duplo® bricks!
Family Storytime: Mondays @6:30 pm
Songs, rhymes and stories that fill your imagination and expand your knowledge. A craft will follow this 25 minute storytime.
Colorin, Colorado: Tuesdays @6:30 pm
Spanish/English storytime! All ages are welcome to this program that’s fun for the whole family. You do not have to speak or read Spanish to enjoy Colorin, Colorado!
Saturday Storytime: 4th Saturday of each month @2:00 pm
Songs, rhymes and stories that fill your imagination and expand your knowledge. A craft will follow this 25 minute storytime. (No Storytime on January 28)
Chinese New Year Celebration: Saturday, January 28 @2:00 pm
Join us for our annual Chinese New Year Celebration in the Children’s Library from 2:00 until 3:30PM. Play games, make crafts, enjoy light refreshments, and listen to a story or two. 2017 is the Year of the Rooster!
Spring Celebration: Saturday, April 29 @2:00 pm
Children and their families are invited to come celebrate the spring season with us. Join us for crafts, games, face painting, stories, and more!
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Great Reads for:
Prepare Your Child to Read :
Learning to read begins at birth! Check out this document to learn more about what you can do to help your child develop vital literacy skills: Prepare Your Child to Read!
- Richard Anderson, et al., Becoming a Nation of Readers: The Report of the Commission on Reading (Champaign: University of Illinois, 1985), 23.