Ready to Read Storytime

Young Mother Reading to Toddler
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B, & C
Tuesday, January 25 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Whether you're looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child's imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Early Literacy Kit: Color Recognition

Child's Hand Using Crayon
Main Library
Tuesday, February 1 at (All day)
Ages 0-5: In a world where red means "stop" and blue means "cold," being able to recognize and name colors is an important skill for your child to develop! Expand their vocabulary with the names of new colors, explore the way colors mix, and promote their fine motor skills with the coloring book, crayons, and translucent color paddles in this Early Literacy Kit.

Kids Take & Make Kit: Hot Cocoa Bombs

Young Boy with a Cup of Hot Chocolate
Main Library
Tuesday, February 1 at (All day)
Ages 5-11: Conduct an explosive experiment in the kitchen with your child and make a tasty treat to share! Use the provided supplies to make your own chocolate bomb filled with hot cocoa and marshmallows then just add hot milk or water. Adult supervision is recommended.

CyberSuccess Storytime

Little Girl Playing on Smart Phone
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Friday, February 4 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Good manners and empathy towards others are just as important in the virtual world as they are in the real world. In CyberSuccess Storytime, your child will learn how to be a good digital citizen, why etiquette is important, and how to avoid or navigate negative interactions.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother Reading to Child
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, February 7 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Whether you're looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child's imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

CyberSuccess Storytime

Little Girl Playing with Smart Phone
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Friday, February 11 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Good manners and empathy towards others are just as important in the virtual world as they are in the real world. In CyberSuccess Storytime, your child will learn how to be a good digital citizen, why etiquette is important, and how to avoid or navigate negative interactions.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother Reading to Child
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, February 14 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Whether you're looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child's imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Online Safety with Minecraft Dungeons

Creeper Face
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Tuesday, February 15 at 5:00 pm
Ages 9-12: Does your child know how to stay safe while playing online video games? Introduce them to the basics of online safety with a session of Minecraft Dungeons, including how they can protect their personal information, what the difference is between playing with friends versus on an open server, and how to be respectful to others.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother Reading to Child
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, February 21 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Whether you're looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child's imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother Reading to Child
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, February 28 at 10:00 am
Ages 0-5: Whether you're looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child's imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.