Find out about all of our programs for young people including Legos, movies, storytimes and special suprises!
Second Saturdays, January 12, February 9, March 9, April 13 & May 11, 10:30-noon (lower level)
Drop in every second Saturday to imagine, build and create. Each month we’ll pick a theme to build upon and creations will be displayed for all to see.
Recommended for grades k-5
Kids MAKE things!
Second Thursdays, January 10, February 14, March 14, April 11 & May 9, 2:30-3:30 pm (lower level)
Creativity is a foundation of all other milestones in educational development. Harnessing creativity at a young age, when brain development and plasticity are at their peak, not only optimizes academic success, but is critical for social and emotional development, critical thinking and problem solving.
Recommended for grades K-5
Kids Play Games!
Fourth Thursdays, December 27, January 24, February 28, March 28, April 25 and May 23, drop in between 2:30-3:30 pm (lower level)
It’s another Early Release Thursday and we’ve got games to play at the Library. Board games, rug games, hand games, and maybe even a few group games. Grab your backpack and head on over. We'll get the popcorn popper out!
Recommended for grades K-5
Family Movie Nights
Fourth Mondays, January 28th
Family Movie night is back and we’re pulling out all the stops by bringing in some brand new releases. Give us a call if you want to know the titles, but here are a few clues.
Running out of room on your couch? Let us provide the big screen, cozy blankets to sit on, and snacks. We’ll even clean up the popcorn mess. We’re prohibited by our movie licensing agreement from using movie titles in our publicity. Come to see the animated movie where a Yeti tries to prove that those creatures with Small Feet (foot would be singular) are real!
Special Programs for Babies!
(Recommended for 0-18 month old children and their caregivers) Every Monday, 3 pm (lower level)
Music and Sign for babies
Music Together at the Library!
Jan. 7, Feb. 4 & March 4
Are you shy about singing to your baby? Don’t be, singing is one of the five early literacy practices that helps your child succeed as a reader. Join other babies and their caregivers to share songs and play instruments. Learn about musical development in the very young, and how you can encourage it. This ongoing program is presented by Music Together instructors, Craig and Leslie.
Baby Sign Language at the Library!
Jan. 14 & 28, Feb. 11 & 25 & March 11
Trying to communicate with your infant presents all kinds of challenges. Beyond reading, singing and talking to them, Baby Sign Language can provide a unique bond. Christina Schabow of the Portland Early Learning Project will lead this program introducing new themes for each program.