Children’s Programs

The library is a great place for children to spend time. Surrounded by books they are able to pick out what captures their eye. When they are ready they will climb on a chair or a lap to investigate all that’s in the pages beyond the intriguing cover.  The youngest visitors may not be ready yet for reading, but they are for exploring. They make their way over to the Sensory Wall and have fun playing with the activities just right for them.

 

The Friends of the Library know what an exciting place the Library is for children. So much that we provide a series of programs for children throughout the year. Geared mostly for the pre-school age, performers and educators, entertain and engage this inquisitive group of library goers. This spring our packed audience of youngsters enjoyed Jester Jim  Juggling Show and Dinoman – Dinosaur.  To see what fun we offer please view these performers at the links below.

Friends sponsored programs will start up again the Fall. Look to this site for announcement and information on how to attend. Until then, cool off throughout the summer at the Library.

Jester Jim Juggling Show

4 years and up
To learn more go to: www.jesterjim.com

Dinoman – Dinosaurs

4 years and up
To learn more go to: www.dinoman.org