Infant looking at open book
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, September 26 at 10:00 am

Ages 0–2: Introduce your infant or toddler to new books, experiences, and skills while you strengthen your bond with them at Tiny Tot Storytime! In this group setting, your child will interact with children their age, learn to listen to others as a librarian reads to them, and strengthen their hands through fingerplays, shakers, and scarves. You will also discover tips for how to build these skills at home. After storytime, you and your child can spend an additional half-hour socializing with other parents and their children!

Infant looking at book
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Monday, September 19 at 10:00 am

Ages 0–2: Introduce your infant or toddler to new books, experiences, and skills while you strengthen your bond with them at Tiny Tot Storytime! In this group setting, your child will interact with children their age, learn to listen to others as a librarian reads to them, and strengthen their hands through fingerplays, shakers, and scarves. You will also discover tips for how to build these skills at home. After storytime, you and your child can spend an additional half-hour socializing with other parents and their children!

Mother reading to daughter
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Wednesday, September 21 at 10:00 am

Ages 2-5: Start your toddler or preschooler on the path to a successful year in Kindergarten with Wiggle Worms. At Wiggle Worms, your child will build early learning skills through listening to, reading, and discussing stories; practicing the alphabet; and expanding their vocabulary. They will also develop fine motor skills by performing fingerplays and body movement-based activities while learning how to cooperate with others in a group setting. Each storytime ends with a half-hour free-play session for you and your child to socialize with others.

Mother reading to daughter
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Wednesday, September 7 at 10:00 am

Ages 2-5: Start your toddler or preschooler on the path to a successful year in Kindergarten with Wiggle Worms. At Wiggle Worms, your child will build early learning skills through listening to, reading, and discussing stories; practicing the alphabet; and expanding their vocabulary. They will also develop fine motor skills by performing fingerplays and body movement-based activities while learning how to cooperate with others in a group setting. Each storytime ends with a half-hour free-play session for you and your child to socialize with others.

Mother reading to daughter
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Wednesday, September 28 at 10:00 am

Ages 2-5: Start your toddler or preschooler on the path to a successful year in Kindergarten with Wiggle Worms. At Wiggle Worms, your child will build early learning skills through listening to, reading, and discussing stories; practicing the alphabet; and expanding their vocabulary. They will also develop fine motor skills by performing fingerplays and body movement-based activities while learning how to cooperate with others in a group setting. Each storytime ends with a half-hour free-play session for you and your child to socialize with others.

Mother reading to daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room A
Friday, September 23 at 10:30 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 fine motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Mother reading to daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room A
Friday, September 16 at 10:30 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 fine motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Mother reading to daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room A
Friday, September 9 at 10:30 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 fine motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Mother reading to daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room A
Friday, September 2 at 10:30 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 fine motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Happy toddler girl
Main Library
Youth Services Program Room
Wednesday, September 14 at 10:00 am

Ages 2–5: Introduce your child to American Sign Language at Wiggle Worm Storytime and help them expand their vocabulary, develop body and spatial awareness, and build early literacy skills through stories, songs, and activities. Each storytime ends with a half-hour free-play session for you and your child to socialize with others.

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