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Weekly Story Times
- Mondays: 2:30 pm, Gradeschool Story Time: Animal Tales with Miss Frances. A story and craft appropriate for children in grades K-5.
- Tuesdays: 4:00 pm, Bilingual Gradeschool Story Time: Cuentos y Crafts with Cristal. Bilingual stories and craft appropriate for children in grades K-5.
- Wednesdays: 10:00 am, Preschool Story Time with Miss Melissa. Stories and craft specially selected for school readiness, ages 4-6.
- Thursdays: 9:30 am and again at 10:00 am, Baby Story Time: Mother Goose on the Loose with Miss Carrie. Rhymes and movements to stimulate connections between baby and caregiver, ages 0-18 months.
- Fridays: 10:00 am and again at 11:00 am, Toddler Story Time with Miss Cappy. Stories, songs and craft specially selected for early literacy skills, ages 2-3.
Check out the monthly calendar for more information on classes and events!
The computer workstations located in the children's reading area offer access to the Internet that is more stringently filtered than the computer workstations in the main library. This means they are equipped with software designed to prevent minors from accessing sites that may contain material that is inappropriate for children (e.g., obscene or sexually explicit material). Parents and legal guardians should be aware, however, that no filtering system is perfect, and that children who use these stations could come into contact with objectionable material. Computer use is free, with a 30-minute time limit. Additional filtered Internet computers are located at the Library Study Center.
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