From birth to age six, a child’s brain is going through a ton of crucial development. Each time you read a story, sing a lullaby, tickle a bellybutton, or play peek-a-boo, connections are building between your child’s brain cells. Library storytimes are a great way to foster a love of reading and help prepare your child to learn to read.
No registration is necessary for any of our storytimes, but space may be limited. For some storytimes, tickets will be handed out on a first come, first served basis beginning 15 minutes before the program begins.
Introduce your child to the sound and rhythm of words and simple concepts through rhymes, songs and fingerplays. Duration: 20 to 25 minutes. For newborns to 24 months + a caregiver.
M. : 4:15 pm
W. : 9:30 am
Join us for rhymes, songs and fingerplays plus a short story or two. Duration: 20 to 25 minutes. For 2 and 3-year-olds + a caregiver.
M. : 4:45 pm
W. : 10:00 am
Storytime in the Park
Bring a blanket and join us for stories, songs and fingerplays geared towards preschoolers. Duration: 30 minutes. Stories will be geared towards 3 to 5-year-olds but all are welcome. In case of rain, storytime will be cancelled.
Bring the whole family for an indoor version of Storytime in the Park. Stories, songs and fingerplays will be geared towards preschoolers but all are welcome. Please note: stories will be the same as On My Own Storytime. Duration: 30 minutes. For 3 to 5-year-olds and their families.
Tu. : 7:00 pm
Programs & Events
The library offers more than just storytimes! Come for a craft, dance party, Lego club, STEAM programs and more. Browse our latest catalog of events below!
Self-Paced Reading Programs
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten encourages you to read 1,000 books to your child before he or she enters kindergarten. Once you reach 1,000, your child will get to pick out a free book. Stop by the Children’s Desk to register and pick up your child’s information packet.
Family Read Aloud Club
Children benefit from hearing books read aloud even after they can read on their own. For every six chapter books you read aloud to your child, you’ll get to pick out a free book. Visit the Children’s Desk to log your completed books. Books read aloud should be at least 80 pages. Families can earn up to four free books a year!