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Programs Begin Next Week!

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

But it isn’t too late to register! There are spaces still available in many of popular kids’ programs…stop by the Youth Desk to register or follow the links below to reserve your spot today! These programs are offered on multiple days and times. Visit our calender for details.

Preschool Storytime: Books, stories, activities, live music and fun for your child aged 3-6.

Move With Music: Explore movement and music with favorite songs new and old. The music will be enhanced with movement activities using rhythm instruments, bean bags, the parachute and more! Parents/caregivers stay and play during this interactive family program for children aged 2-5.

Action Tales: This storytime features books, storytelling, imaginative play and a simple craft. Program may last up to 45 minutes. Parents and siblings are encouraged to stay and play! For ages 3 to 5.

Yoga Tales: Children ages 4-8 will listen to and act out stories, play games, sing songs using a variety of modified yoga poses.

Or join a book club!

Bookworms:  You don’t have to be a reader for this book club! We’ll read, dance, chant and craft in this book club designed just for pre-readers. Parents will be an integral element of this program so come prepared to take part in the fun!

Page Turners: Explore different authors or types of books each month in this new book club for children in grades 1-3. In January we’ll be looking at Toon Books, a series of graphic novels (comics) for beginning readers.

ARC! Advance Reader’s Club: Do you love to read? Do you love to talk about what you read? In ARC you will have the opportunity to read books that haven’t been published yet: we call ‘em “advance readers copies”. You may be the first to read the next Hunger Games or Harry Potter!