Upcoming Children’s Programs
Tumble Book Library
Tumble Book Library features unlimited, instant access from home! There are no checkouts, holds, or bulky downloads. Tumble Book Library features animated, talking picture books and chapter books for kids. Also available on your tablet or smartphone!
LIVE Story Time – Online
TUESDAYS AT 11:00 AM!
There will be no Story Time on Dec. 29th — See you on Jan. 5th!
Join Miss MaryAnn for some fun stories, songs and a craft. Please register online or contact Miss MaryAnn (email@example.com) and we will send you a link to join the event!
Watch videos of Story Time with Miss MaryAnn anytime on our YouTube channel:
Olaf on a Shelf – Drop-In Hunt
January 4th – January 25th
Olaf is visiting the Children’s Room! What shelf is he on?
Drop in and find Olaf on a new shelf every week from Jan. 4th to Jan. 25th. Find Olaf all three weeks and pick out a free book from our prize cart!
Chess for Kids
Wednesday, January 13th at 3:45 – 5:15 pm
Learn tips from a chess instructor and have fun playing other students! For students who know how to play a little and want to become better players. Short lessons, worksheets, chess puzzles using Zoom and class chess play using www.lichess.org will be used to help you learn. For students 3rd grade and older.
The Zoom link and information about www.lichess.org will be sent to everyone who registers the week of the program.
Winter Craft Program – Online
Wednesday, January 20th at 3:30 – 4:00 pm
We will be sharing a funny animal story and making a colorful winter hat craft. Best for ages 3 – 8 years old.
Everyone who registers will be contacted to pick up the craft kit with the materials you need for the day of the event. The program will be held using ZOOM and emails with the link will be sent out the week of the program.
SCIENCETELLERS: “DRAGONS JR”
Here’s a fun story for preschoolers and early elementary kids told by ScienceTellers!
“DRAGONS JR” tells the story of two kids, Henry and Beth, who meet a dragon and learn about air, bubbles and fire along the way! This story is told in three fun episodes available here: