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Celebrate Lunar New Year @ the Library


The Wishing Tree in our library has already been placed in the Children's area.  Come make a wish and join our Lunar New Year program on Feb. 2nd @ 4:00 pm

We hope to see all of our friends at the program, but if you can not make it I have included several books that you could read together as a family.  You may also write your wish in the comment space of this blog.

Gung Hay Fat Choy!


Young children are welcome to attend, but may need assistance from an adult for the craft project.  

NOTE: Programs, events, and classes are photographed or videotaped for library promotional purposes. Please notify a library staff member if you prefer not to be photographed.


Pokémon Club for Kids

Thursday, January 28th @ 4:00 p.m.

Children ages 7 to 10 years old are invited to join our Pokémon Club.





Lifetime of Books

 Help your child develop a love of reading by attending  any of our weekly storytimes.

Storytime programs are free, and everyone is welcome to attend. Registration is not required, but space is limited. Please arrive on time.

What a Hoot!

Family Storytime was a "hoot" last night as the children listened to books and made an fabulous owl craft.

 Please be aware that the library is closed next Monday (January 18th).  You are invited to join any of our other storytimes. We do not require registration or tickets. 

Toddler Time (2 - 3 years) Wednesdays at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm.

Pre-School Storytime (3 - 6 years) Thursdays at 10:00 am.

Babytime (Infant - 24 months) Wednesdays @ 11:00 am, Thursdays @ 11:00 am, and Fridays @ 1:00 pm 


Library Game Night for Kids

Join Family Game Night @ the Atascocita Branch Library

January 25th @ 7:00 pm

As a child, one of my favorite games was Candy Land.  I must have played it a thousand times...maybe more. My imagination pulled me into an imaginary world, and I could play for hours. 

Children are able to travel through a peppermint forest, gumdrop mountains, and chocolate swamp?  What child wouldn't love a candy adventure? They also learning valuable skills such as counting, color recognition, and vocabulary. 

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