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Storytime Schedule
Central Library

  • Tuesday:
    Toddler Storytime (ages 1-3) 10am and 11am

  • Wednesday:
    Toddler/Preschool Storytime
    (ages 2-6) 10am and 11am

  • Thursday:
    Toddler Storytime (ages 1-3) 10am and 11am
    Craft Storytime (gr k-3rd) 330pm

  • Friday:
    Preschool Storytime (ages 3-5)
    10am and 11am

  • Saturday:
    Toddler Storytime (ages 1-3) 10am and 11am
    Craft Storytime (gr k-3rd) 2pm

    Bimonthly/Monthly Storytimes
    *Digital Storytime (ages 3-5)
    2nd and 4th Monday
    3:30PM Tabby Theater
    iPads provided
    Limited to 20 children

    *Pajama Storytime (all ages)
    Second Thursday 7pm

    *Read to a dog (ages 4-12)
    Second Saturday 3pm

For All Ages at Central Library...

  • S.T.A.R Read Aloud , School Year Hours: Mon and Tues from 3 to 5pm Weds from 2 to 5pm

  • S.T.A.R Read Aloud , Summer Hours: Mon., Tues. and Wed. from 2 to 4pm

Banning Branch

  • Toddler Storytime (1-3 years old)
    Thursdays at 10am
  • Preschool Storytime (3-5 years old)
    Thursdays at 11am

Helen Murphy Branch

  • Toddler Storytime (1-3 years old)
    Tuesdays at 10am
  • Preschool Storytime (3-5 years old)
    Tuesdays at 11am

Main Street Branch

  • Toddler Storytime (1-3 years old)
    Wednesdays at 10am

  • Preschool Storytime (3-5 years old)
    Wednesdays at 11am

Oak View Branch

  • Bilingual Spanish/English Storytime

(2-4 years old)
Fridays at 10am

  • School Age Storytime (5-9 years old)
    Thursdays: 4:30 PM
    Saturdays with crafts: 10:30am (library is only open for storytime)
 
  • S.T.A.R Read Aloud (for all ages): Tuesdays and Fridays from 2 to 4pm
Center and Branches' Storytime Hiatus
The week before and after Labor Day
The week of and after Christmas.

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