Fun Programs for Kids!

Regular Events

The following are events that happen regularly in the library's Children's Department.  Please check our events calendar for specific dates and for special events.  For information about the Summer Reading Program, please click here.

Nursery Rhyme Time - Nursery rhymes and knee-bouncing songs are shared, and a story is read.  Then it's play time!  This provides a chance for children and caregivers to connect with one another.  For children ages 0 to 3.

Toddler Time! - Songs, rhymes, and stories for toddlers. Then it's play time! For children ages 2 to 3.

Story Time for Ages 4-6 - Join us for stories, music, games, Legos, STEM activities, crafts! Recommended for children ages 4 to 6, but youth of all ages are welcome.

Reading Therapy Dogs- This program helps to improve children's reading and communication skills by employing a powerful method: reading to a dog. This program uses registered therapy animals who have been tested for health, safety and temperament.  When these special animals come to hear children read, it's fun!  And that makes all the difference.  All ages are welcome.

Crafty Kids - Join us for fun craft projects!  All ages are welcome.

Get STEAMED! Makerspace Night - JJoin us for a fun makerspace program! There will be snap circuits, 3D pens, K’NEX, straws and connectors, KEVA planks, LEGO bricks, crafts, and more! Youth of all ages are welcome. Sponsored by The BOOKS program and Senator Akshar.

Family Game Day - Join us on the first Saturday of every month for original Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Nintendo Wii, Sega Genesis, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, & board games! All ages are welcome.

LEGO Club - Drop in for a fun time of building and creating. For children ages 5-13.

LEGO Science - Drop in for a fun STEAM program for all ages! We will be building a Lego maze for Hexbugs, trying some Lego engineering challenges, and more! All ages are welcome.

Life-Sized Board Games - Drop in for life-sized Jenga, Yahtzee, checkers, and more! All ages are welcome. Sponsored by The BOOKS program and Senator Akshar.