Children's Programs

Programs for All Ages


1000 Books is a national program developed to encourage early literacy development by reading to young children. The program is simple. Pick up a reading record for the first 100 books at the Youth Services Desk or print online by clicking this link (PDF). Read 100 books together, then bring the completed log to the library to pick up your child’s recognition and the next reading record. The program lasts until you have read 1,000 books with your child or they start kindergarten.1,000 books may sound like a lot, but by reading just one book a night, you could read over 1,000 books together in just three years.


Monday - Thursday, February 11-14
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Love is in the air! Stop by the Maker Space to create a craft for someone you love. Supplies and directions will be available for a different craft each day (February 11-14). Younger children can be assisted by a parent, or caregiver.

TINY TOTS STORY TIME (0 - 23 months)

Wednesday, February 13, 20
10:00 am
Stories, songs, and rhymes to encourage bonding between parents and children. Please pick up a ticket at the Youth Services Desk prior to the program to reserve your place. Tickets will be available 30 minutes before the start of each program.

STORYTIME YOGA FOR TWO with Well Bean (Ages 3-5 with a caregiver)

Tuesday, February 19, 26
11:00 am 

Introduce your little ones to yoga in an engaging storytime adventure! Toddlers and preschoolers will participate with their caregivers in activities that incorporate mindfulness, breathing, stretching and more. Please wear comfortable clothes for moving and bring a yoga mat or bath size towel.Registration is required.


Saturday, February 23
1:00 pm

From book, to movie, to musical! See E.B. White’s charming story of a friendship between a young girl growing up on her family’s farm, her beloved pig, Wilbur, and a gentle and wise spider who hatches a plan to make Wilbur seem special enough to save. Library Auditorium
**Watch the movie, then see the play! The Peanut Gallery's theatrical performance of Charlotte's Web will run from March 21-24 at the Midland Center for the Arts.

LEGO WeDo for Two (Ages 5 - 9 with an adult caregiver)

Monday, February 25
4:15 pm &  6:00 pm

Work together with a parent, grand-parent, or adult caregiver to build a Lego model that uses drag-and-drop programming to move, make sounds, and light up! Ignite your child’s curiosity while enhancing skills in science, engineering, technology, and coding.Registration is required.

MOVE & GROOVE (Ages 2-6)

Wednesday, February 27
11:00 am 

Build active bodies and active minds! Movement helps young children develop thinking skills, directional skills, and self-confidence. Drop in to dance to fun action songs and movement activities!