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IT’S FAMILY STORYTIME!
Family storytime introduces children to books, reading, and the library. Each storytime explores a different theme through books, songs, and fingerplays. Your child will meet a new friend this summer and get to know all about Max, the friendly shaggy dog. Miss Sarah will provide your child with stories as well as help them create a special project that enhances the theme of the week. She will model ways to make stories come alive.
Since this is a summertime activity for families, all ages are invited to attend. Miss Sarah will be sure to find something of interest for all children. Plus you will have an opportunity to meet other parents and children and interact with them in a kid-friendly environment.
There is no registration required, so feel free to come to as many sessions as you are able. There will be 16 weeks of fun in the large auditorium on the 3rd floor of the library. It’s free, it’s fun, it’s beneficial, and it doesn’t require a lot of preparation time. Just come and enjoy!
Family storytime will continue throughout the months of May, June, and July. They are held on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10:30. You may choose whichever day works best for your schedule.
Get ready, get set, and join in the fun!
This Saturday, March 19 will be a night to look to the sky. The full moon will be closer to the earth than it has for almost 20 years!
The moon will rise in the East, over the ocean around 7:30 PM.
This is a great chance to discuss astronomy with your kids. You can learn the phases of the moon, the moon landings, and why it shines! If you have the time, head to the beach to check out the moon and then learn more about it at your library!
To learn more about the moon, check out these books!