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Donuts with Dads

Saturday morning fun with stories, games and sweet treats, especially for Dads and their kids. Moms welcome, too.
No registration is required.

Preschool Playdate

Drop in for free play with the Library's toys, puzzles and board books. Visit with old friends and make new ones. Stay for a short while or as long as you want, it is up to you. No registration is required and children age five and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Friday Fun Story Time

Drop-in for Friday Fun Story time! Stay to play after! No registration is required and children age five and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Twilight Tales

Bring the whole family for story time. Stories will be aimed at preschoolers, but all ages are welcome with an accompanying adult.

Little Listeners

Includes short stories, songs, and finger plays. For parents and Children ages 6-23 months.

A minimum of five children is needed by March 5.

Tales for Twos & Threes

Two and three-year-olds will experience simple picture books and short stories in a more traditional story time setting. Caregivers remain with their children for the half-hour sessions.

A minimum of five children is needed by March 5.

Story Time Jamboree

This drop-in story time is for children ages three to five and an accompanying adult. Join us for a fun time with stories, rhymes, and songs.

Hands on Learning: Colors

Together, kids and caregivers will engage in color-themed activities. We will end our play time with a story.

Mid-Winter Indoor Mini-Golf

Why wait for warmer weather to practice your putts? Our meeting room will be turned into a multi-hole miniature golf course. No registration required. First come, first play.

Lil' Yogi's

Test drive this Park District program to see if you'd like more. Yoga helps kids build confidence, body awareness, and focus on breath as a tool for centering. Incorporating partner poses and yoga games also inspires positive peer interactions that children can carry into their everyday lives. Ages 5-11.

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