My First Storytime
Intended for children from newborn through age 3, this program includes stories, rhymes, movement and music followed by open play time with instruments, Duplo™ blocks and more. Siblings are also welcome to join. Drop in!
Wonder Days is a storytime aimed for children ages 3-6 (sibling welcome). We will explore a new theme every week through books and crafts followed by open playtime with instruments, Duplo™ blocks, and more. Morning and afternoon meetings follow the same theme. Drop-in!
Ready to Read
This book club is specifically for children in grades K-2 who are excited about learning to read. Ms. Steph will read a book aloud while everyone follows along in their own copy. Then we’ll make a craft and play a variety of reading games with puzzles, cards, magnets and more! Drop-in!
Explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) concepts through open play with a variety of educational toys including LEGO™, Snap Circuits ™, simple machines, a marble run, kinetic sand and more! All ages – drop in!
Family Movie & Craft
Bring the whole family once a month for a craft followed by a movie, popcorn included! All ages – drop in!
Join other homeschools twice a month to explore a new theme through books, media, games and other resources. All ages – drop in!
Other events include cooking classes, dance lessons, magicians, live animals, yoga, author visits and more!
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Coming January 2017. Begin fostering pre-literacy skills by reading to your child regularly. For every 50 books, your child will receive a sticker. Special prizes for 500 and 1,000 books. Contact Steph for details.
Winter Reading Challenge
Between January 1 and March 31, 2017 complete our Winter Reading Challenge to win a paint-your-own ceramic book bank. This program is for children in grades K-6. Contact Steph for details.
Join us every summer for our summer reading program. We have programs and prizes available for all ages- newborn through teen!
Teen Volunteer Program
Teen volunteers will meet once a week for one hour and help shelve, pull books for displays, prep for craft projects, shelf read and more.
Teens interested must submit an application and pass a CORI. For more information or for an application, please see Miss Stephanie.