Curiosity Bags for Preschoolers
Play! Create! Investigate! Designed for kids ages 3-5, each bag contains 3-4 math and literacy activities based on a monthly theme. March’s theme is bugs.
Mondays | 10:00am in the program room
Toddlers with an adult can join us for stories, songs, and dancing.
Playdough Play Dates
1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month | 10:00-11:00am
Join us on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month for our Playdough Playdates. We provide playdough, tools, stencils, playmats and a space for you and your toddlers to play and build in this early-learning STEAM activity. Network while your children have fun and learn together.
Mother Goose on the Loose
Thursdays | 10:00am in the program room
This lapsit storytime is for children from birth to preschool age and their adult caretaker. Nursery rhymes, stories, songs and bounces can be enjoyed in this early literacy program.
What Kids Think at the Library
Ever wish you could vote, or make your opinion count as a kid? Well, now you can! Each month at the library, you can vote on a variety of topics, and we will post the results on our website afterwards. Come by the library, and let us know what you think!
February’s favorite Character from a book was: Harry Potter
This month, we will be voting on THE BEST DISNEY VILLAIN.
Come join in on our monthly scavenger hunts! You will learn about using the library and library materials, and have a chance to get to know us better. Once you finish, you will get a prize from the children’s librarian. March’s theme: Eyeballs – can you find all the eyeballs in the children’s room?
Guess the Number
Come join in our monthly Guess the Number guessing game! If you’re awesome at making guesses and estimation, or can count quickly on the fly, this one is for you! At the end of the month we will do a prize drawing for those that place an entry into the box. Each month, you’ll have a chance to win a cool prize. Will you get the number right?
TALK, text and learn for kindergarten
Make anytime learning time!
Talk sends 8-10 fun activity suggestions each month that parents and caregivers with children 5 and under can do any time to build school readiness skills.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Start your child’s journey as a life-long reader. The goal is to read 1000 books (repeated titles are okay!) before starting Kindergarten. Earn a small reward for every 100 books read. Upon completion, they will have their photo taken and added to our Wall of Fame. Start reading today!
500 Books Before Middle School
Read a book, any book, and have fun! The goal is to read 500 books before you start middle school. Earn rewards for reaching milestones along the way. Registration can begin at any time for any child in grades K-5. Best of all, you can complete the program at your own pace.
Track your reading and participate in library reading challenges and the summer reading program.
eBook K-8 Collection
Ebooks that support K-8 students across all subject areas, full text accessible from a computer or downloadable to most popular portable devices.
Explora for Elementary Students
Easy-to-read entries about animals, musicians, fitness, space exploration, and much more.
NoveList K-8 Plus
Reading recommendations, book reviews, and Lexile scores for children K-8.
For grades Pre K-3, tool that is packed with informational articles, interactive lessons, games, and ready-made activities to reinforce learning.
World Book Kids
For grades Pre K – 5. Easy-to-read content for elementary school learners. Hundreds of activities, science projects, and experiments