Book Groups and Story Times

Toddler Time To Go

Toddler Time TO GO!

Tuesday, May 25th

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, May 11th
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, May 10th @ 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

We’re finally back – in person, outside!
Thursday, July 15th @4:30pm

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 Break Book Group

Grades 3 & 4

We’re finally back – in person, outside!
Thursday, August 5th @4:30pm

This program features a shared discussion of appropriately-aged chapter books and book-related activities that emphasize STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math).

Register when you pick up your copy at the library.

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Grades 5-8

We’re finally back – in person, outside!
Thursday, August 12th @6:30pm

The program features a shared discussion of appropriately-aged chapter books and book-related activities that have 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.