Family Storytime

Let the Fun Continue!

The end of the Summer Reading Program is near; don't forget to log your books and pick up the great prizes that you have earned!  The last day to log your reading is on Saturday: August 10th.

 

Thursday, August 15th @ 10:00 am

I want to thank everyone who has participated in our reading program this summer.  It has been so wonderful to see all of our friends and to assist you with finding books. However, the fun doesn't stop there because we have great programs for children of all ages throughout the year. 

Trick or Treat Family Storytime for Halloween

Everyone is invited to bring their children to our 6:30 pm Family Storytime.  The Baldwin Boettcher Library will be hosting a trick or treat storytime.  Everyone will listen to a story, make a small craft and then follow the footsteps of the ghost and other characters throughout the library to trick or treat.  The BB staff is creating a safe place for children to discover the joy of trick or treating.  Come in costume.  Prizes will be awarded for several categories.  See you on Halloween, Wednesday, October 31st.  

Come Meet Mr. Bear @ Family Storytime

Family Storytime is held on Monday Nights at 7pm.

You are invited to join Mr. Bear and friends as we enjoy books, songs and much more. This is a free program and you do not need to register to attend.

Family Storytime Is Held On Monday Nights @ 7:00 pm

Families will enjoy books, songs, and puppets during this weekly storytime program. Frequent crafts are also provided, but may not be appropriate for children under 3 years old. Neither tickets nor registration are required for this program.

 

Valentine's Day Craft @ Storytime

This week in storytime children will have a fun holiday craft to make for Valentine's day. 

 

  • Family Storytime is held every Monday night at 7:00 pm.
  • Toddlers Tales is held on every Wednesday at 10 am and 1:30 pm.
  • Story Pals for Pre-Schoolers is held every Thursday at 10:00 am.

Siblings are always welcome and you do not need tickets to attend. Space is limited for all programs. The safety of the children we serve is our first consideration. Room capacity, as determined by the fire Marshall, as well as our desire for a high quality program experience, may necessitate limits.
 

Family Storytime Monday Nights @ 7:00 pm

Children and their families will enjoy books, songs, and puppets during this weekly storytime program. Frequent crafts are also provided, but may not be appropriate for children under 3 years old. We hope to see you soon!

Storytime Programs this Week

Monday Night is Family Storytime @ 7pm

Tonight, we are celebrating Children's Book Week.  I will be sharing a few of my favorite picture books, and children will have the opportunity to make a pocket concept book. 

This year's Children's Book Week Poster was created by, author and illustrator, Peter Brown

The library system has several books available that have been written by Peter Brown  - HCPL Catalog

 

 

Twilight Tales, April 25th @ 7pm

Mother's day is held on May 8th. Do you have a gift yet?

During this evening's storytime, children will have an opportunity to create a picture frame for that special someone. Children under the age of two years old will be provided an alternative craft. Supplies are limited.   

Next week, we will be celebrating Children's Book Week.

 

Celebrating Spring

Storytimes this Week.

Children, who attended family storytime last night, celebrated the beginning of the spring season by making wands. 

The family storytime program meets every Monday night, at 7:00 p.m.  Children of all ages are welcome. Craft projects are often provided.

Coming up later this week, Ms Susan will be reading a few of her favorite books about spring.  Toddler storytime is on Wednesdays at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm.  Pre-school program is held on Thursday at 10:00 am.  We hope to see you there.

Glitter, Glue and Spiders - What Fun!

Children made spider Halloween cards with glitter during this evenings Family Storytime program.  Check out what will be taking place in the weeks to come.

  •  Next week, (Monday, October 18th @ 7:00 pm) we will have a special program on bats presented by Jesse Jones Park.  This program will be in place of our regally scheduled storytime program.
  • Storytime will  resume the following week (Monday, October 25th) when I will be sharing several of my favorite Halloween books.  
 
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