Programs

Genealogy @ Your Library: FamilySearch.org

FamilySearch.org is a free searchable genealogical resource sponsored by the Church of Latter Day Saints. In addition to having billions of searchable records, it also has a vast amount of educational information regarding genealogy.  Join us as we explore this free family history treasure trove.

No registration is necessary.

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

 

Did you miss our Bat Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own batty storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

From Storytime

Hello, bumblebee bat by Darrin P Lunde

My name is Bumblebee Bat. I may be small, but I'm a great flyer.
Want to know more? Then open this book and fly with Bumblebee Bat into the night.

 

Did you miss our Grumpy Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own crabby storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

From Storytime

The Snurtch by Sean Ferrell

Ruthie has a problem at school. It is the Snurtch. The Snurtch is a scribbly, grabby, rude monster who follows Ruthie around and gets her into all sorts of trouble. It seems Ruthie will never be rid of the Snurtch. But eventually, she realizes she's not the only one... George has one too.

Dance Your Fanny Off

Children Dancing in Costumes

Enjoy a half hour of tunes that will make you want to grab a dance partner and get on your feet. Intended particularly for caregivers with new walkers up to 5 years old, dancing is a great way to have fun together and build gross motor skills.

No registration required.

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, December 17 - 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM Community Room

American Girl Club

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Join us as we discuss a different American Girl character or theme at each meeting, and enjoy crafts, games and activities. Celebrate a love of both historical and modern stories from all walks of life.

No prior knowledge of the books or character is needed. If you have an American Girl doll feel free to bring them, and a friend! This program is open to ages 8-12.

Register for individual sessions by clicking the link below. 

Upcoming sessions

Wednesday, December 18 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friends' Activity Room Josefina Montoya, 1824
Wednesday, February 19 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friends' Activity Room Melody Ellison, 1964
Wednesday, April 15 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friends' Activity Room Lea Clark, 2016

 

Did you miss our Yeti Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own chilly storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

From Storytime

Henry and the yeti by Russell Ayto

Young Henry persuades his school principal and his father to let him go on an expedition to find a yeti, provided he brings back proof and does not stay up too late.

 

Did you miss our Hooray Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own celebration storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

From Storytime

Hooray for today! by Brian Won

When the moon is up, Owl is wide awake and ready for fun: "Hooray for today! Would you like to play?" Who will be ready for some fun?

Check out Brian Won's other Hooray books.

 

Did you miss our Yellow Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own bright and sunny storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

In my new yellow shirt by Eileen Spinelli

A boy wears his new yellow shirt and is transformed in his imagination into a duck, a lion, a daffodil, a trumpet, and many other things. What else can you transform into?

 

FIVE LITTLE LEMONS

Five little lemons, sitting in a bowl.

One fell out, and started to ROLL….

It bounced on the table and landed at my feet.

How many lemons are left to eat?

[repeat, counting down until all lemons are on the floor]

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Did you miss our Night Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions so you can create your own dark storytime at home, complete with songs and stories.

Don't need a full storytime? Borrow a rhyme when you need a short distraction, or check out these materials and spend a few minutes reading together.

From Storytime

The night bear by Ana de Moraes

Each night, the night bear heads into town and eats his favorite food--children's nightmares--but one day finds a dream in the garbage that does not taste right to him.

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