Family Storytimes begin the week of April 29. These storytimes are designed for children ages 5 and under with a caregiver, and do not require registration. Weekday sessions are held in the Community Room. Saturday sessions are in the Purple Room.
Open Family Storytimes , April 29-June 1:
- Mondays 10:00-10:30 AM in the Community Room
- Tuesdays 7:00-7:30 PM in the Community Room
- Wednesdays 10:00-10:30 AM in the Community Room
- Thursdays 10:00-10:30 AM in the Community Room
- Saturdays 10:00-10:30 AM in the Purple Room
NOTE: The library is closed and there will be no storytime on Monday, May 27.
On Sunday, April 14 from 2:00-3:00 PM, The Organization for Bat Conservation will present Biodiversity LIVE! Explore the amazing variety of wildlife on planet Earth. Discover the interconnectedness between plants and animals. Topics include the balance of natural ecosystems, how humans are impacting biodiversity (habitat destruction, invasive species, climate change), and simple actions that can be taken to protect wildlife from extinction. Live animals include a bearded dragon, sugar glider and a large fruit bat.
[Caterpillar by Rickydavid is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0]
Slugs & bugs & lullabies (CD) [sound recording] by Randall Goodgame
Seeds of courage [sound recording] by Seeds Family Worship
Meet the rizers [sound recording] by Rizers
Rise up! [sound recording] by The Rizers
Snazzy [sound recording] by Go Fish
Here I am to worship [sound recording] by VeggieTales
Date: Monday, April 29 2012
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Location: Purple Room
Session begins Tuesday, April 30, 10:00 AM.
Ole! Ole! Ole! [sound recording]: Dr. Jean en español by Dr. Jean Feldman
Beth Manners' playtime Spanish for kids [sound recording] by Manners, Beth
Universe of song [sound recording] Spanish by featuring Maria Del Rey
La vida es un carnaval [sound recording] by Las Ardillitas
One great way to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday is to participate in Read Across America by reading to your child this evening. You can also watch Seuss videos or play games on the Seuss-themed website Seussville.
Photo courtesy of http://www.sxc.hu/
This year at CPL, the University of Michigan's Museum of Natural History presents a series of three, fun Family Reading and Science workshops titled Just Like me: exploring culture, biology and the human experience. To tie in with their temporary exhibition at the museum called RACE: Are we so different? (February 2013-June 2013), they are focusing on and exploring how biology, anthropology, physics, geography and chemistry all play a part in race and culture.