3/5: Dr. Seuss
3/12: St. Patrick's Day
3/26: Windy Days
Family Fest Saturday, March 2nd 9am-2pm
Maker Day: De-Stress Wednesday, March 6th Come-n-go 1-3pm
Monthly Littles' Event Mo Willems Celebration Monday, March 11th @ 6:30pm
Legos & a Movie (Ralph Breaks the Internet) Saturday, March 16th @ 2pm
Not only is storytime a great FREE form of entertainment for young children and their caregivers, it is also a great way to meet other parents in your community and for your children to socialize with other kids. Storytime also helps develop their reading and listening skills long before they head off to school. In storytime, children and caregivers are introduced to new songs, nursery rhymes, and even stories they may not have previously been familiar with. The children get experience in listening to another adult, paying attention, and sitting quietly. Maybe these little miracles won’t happen on your first visit, but keep coming and you’ll be amazed at what they learn!Library storytime can foster a sense that the library is a special place, helping instill in your child a lifelong love for your local public library! Storytime is not just a fun library activity, but the beginning of what can be a beautiful relationship for your child, books, reading, and your local public library.