Book Groups and Story Times

Toddler Time To Go

Toddler Time TO GO!

Tuesday, April 27th

We’ve put together a special story time to go just for our toddler friends (ages 18-36 months)! There are limited supplies and registration is required. Please register via the online calendar one week before the event. Registered patrons will be called to schedule an appointment for pickup.

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Story Time Takeout

Tuesday, April 13th
The library is offering a packaged “Story Time” to enjoy with your family at home (for ages 3-5). There are limited supplies — please register via the online calendar one week before the event. Registered patrons will be called to schedule an appointment for pickup.

Virtual PJ Story Time

Monday, April 12th @ 6:30pm
Wear your PJs, find a favorite cuddly and head over to the library’s YouTube channel or Facebook page to hear the incomparable Pat Parker read stories for 3, 4, & 5 year olds (or anyone who wants to get comfortable and hear a bedtime story!)
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Chatterbooks

Grades K, 1 & 2

Check back for dates when in-person programming resumes

Join us for a book club geared for grades K, 1 & 2. This is a chance for early readers to read a book or have it read to them by a family member, bring and share ideas about that book, and enjoy a fun, book-related activity. It is an experience that promotes literacy, speaking and listening skills.

Register when you pick up your copy at the library.

 

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Book/Snack Book Group

Grades 3 & 4

Check back for dates when in-person programming resumes

This program features a shared discussion of appropriately-aged chapter books and with an emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). There is always a snack!

Register when you pick up your copy at the library.

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Grades 5-8

Check back for dates when in-person programming resumes

The program features a shared discussion of appropriately-aged chapter books and with an emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). Parents are encouraged to read the books themselves and discuss them with their children at home. A chance to share your thoughts!

Register when you pick up your copy at the library.