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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 January 8.

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 January 8.

Open Play Chess

For kids in Grades 1-5, stop in for a non-competitive game of chess with friends! No formal instruction will be given though a staff member will be on hand to answer any questions.

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 January 6.

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 January 6.

Wildlife All Around Us

Join us to see and hear about raptors, red tail hawks, opossum, screech owls, eastern box turtle, and more.
This is the re-scheduled event from 10/15/17. To register, drop in or call the Youth Services Department at 630-344-6127. Please register everyone who is coming.

Circus Boy

Circus Boy blends his comedic skills with lots of audience participation while performing circus antics, which include riding a titanium unicycle, balancing on a ladder juggling with his mouth and riding the world’s smallest bike.

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