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Come by the Belcher Branch and pick up your booklet on # Adulting.
Join us at the Belcher Library during the month of May (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 3:30pm) to hear a story book by one of the Children's Book Festival's featured authors, Jennifer L. Holm. You will hear either 'The Evil Princess vs. The Brave Knight' or The Evil Princess vs. The Brave Knight Take Turns'. You will also make a crown to wear home.
This story time is specifically for babies and their caregivers featuring songs, rhymes, bounces and stories. Recommended for newborns to approximately 18 months old. Older siblings are welcome & encouraged to bring a stuffed animal as their own “baby."
Elementary aged students are invited to join us for this craft session. We will be making upcycled suncatchers out of CDs.
Ages 3-5 and their caregivers are invited to join us for an interactive story-time with lots of singing, moving, and crafting! Large groups are asked to call a week in advance to secure seating.
The 7 Pillars of Adulting
Let’s explore the world of construction with Big Machines. We will read books and sing songs about trucks and other construction vehicles. Then we will make a craft and build a project with Legos.
This program targets preschool children to provide pleasurable reading, viewing, and listening experiences. Our priority is to provide services and materials that stimulate imaginations and encourage a life-long love of learning.
Patrons will learn typing skills and keep records of their skills as they advance. Registration required.
Teen are invited to create and learn through experimentation on STEAM Thursdays. Ages 12-18.