- We have programs for all ages: babies, children, teens and adults.
- Visit ReadSquared to register.
- Activities are screen-free but logging is online.
- Prizes will be available for curbside pickup.
The library is closed to the public but curbside pickup is available. You may place holds online (default PIN is OCLN) or email Steph at email@example.com to request children's items. Please provide your child's age and interests, and your library card number.
- browse the collection
- use the computers or iPads
- put on a puppet show in the castle
- use the train table, magnet board and puzzles
- play board games
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!
Other events include cooking classes, dance lessons, magicians, live animals, yoga, author visits and more!
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
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.
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.