Story Time at Your Library

Join us for in-person Story Time events at select library branches.

The library wants you to have a special experience so:

  • Attendance is limited to:
    • Baby Story Time: 10 children + 1 parent each
    • Toddler Time: 15 children + 1 parent each
    • Story Time: 20 children + 1 parent each
    • Family Story Time: 20 children + 1 parent each
  • Tickets will be available at the marked service desk 15 minutes prior to the event on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • All programs will be the same at each location.

Baby Story Time (Ages Birth to 18 months)

10 children + 1 parent

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Bond with your baby through books, bouncy rhymes, and songs in this lapsit program that introduces early literacy skills and encourages language development.

Toddler Time (Ages 18-36 months)

15 children + 1 parent

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Enjoy books, rhymes, songs, and activities. This engaging program offers social interaction and builds reading skills.

Story Time (Ages 3-6 years)

20 children + 1 parent

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Enjoy books, rhymes, songs, and activities. This engaging program offers social interaction and builds reading skills.

Family Story Time (Ages 2-7 years)

20 children + 1 parent

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Enjoy books, rhymes, songs, and activities that the whole family can enjoy. This engaging program offers social interaction and builds reading skills. Also available on-demand on our YouTube channel.

Evening Story Time (Ages 2-6 years) - Virtual

Register Online

Enjoy books, rhymes, and songs while building early literacy skills. Grab a blanket and your favorite cuddly toy.

Parent Tip of the Week (Adults) – Virtual

Watch a quick video on the Story Time theme with our Early Literacy Specialists. Each week they highlight an Every Child Ready To Read skill to help you and your child get the most out of Story Time.

Books We Will Read

May 23 - 27: Community Heroes

Toddler Time

Finding Kindness by Deborah Underwood
Bus! Stop! by James Yang

Story Time

Fireman Small by Wong Herbert Yee
Community Heroes by Selina Li Bi

Family Story Time

All Through My Town by Jean Reidy
Community Heroes by Selina Li Bi
5 Ways to Raise a Reader

Read, Talk, Sing, Write, Play

Help your child be ready to read! Parents and caregivers are a child’s most important teacher. Do these early literacy activities together every day to help your child develop essential language skills.

  • Read Read together every day, even if only for a few minutes. Many children love to hear the same stories over and over, so find favorites!
  • Talk Talk throughout the day to your child. Point out what you are seeing and doing together, and ask lots of questions!
  • Sing Sing songs and nursery rhymes! Rhymes help your child learn new words and develop listening and memory skills.
  • Write Encourage scribbling! Keep crayons and paper on a table where your child can practice.
  • Play Have fun together! Playtime helps children learn important language and social skills.

From books and story times to family literacy workshops and more, we're here to support your child's learning.

Meet the Library’s Story Time Team

We are so excited to meet you and your child!

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Jason
Coordinator
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Allison
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Crissy
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Dena
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Jeff
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Mehkii
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Sam
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