Thursday, June 19 @ 2:30 pm
Aside from being just plain fun, playing is an important part of learning. Stick around after storytime for socialization time with blocks, puzzles, and other toys.
Thursday, June 26 @ 2 pm
A favorite toy disappears. A friend moves away. A pet passes away. These are all experiences of loss that a young child might face. We'll explore this topic, but don't worry; it won't be all sad. We'll also read about how we help each other feel happy again and treasure our good memories.
Thursday, June 19 @ 2 pm
Our topic will be "family" in this week's family storytime. We'll read about a family of ten armadillos in Ten, and we'll see what happens when a new baby surprises her sister in Chloe, Instead. Join us.
Thursday, June 12 @ 2 pm
We'll be talking about clothes in this week's storytime, so come wearing your favorite summer outfit. Find out how a young girl gets to keep her favorite dress no matter how big she gets in I Had a Favorite Dress. Also, laugh with us at Crabby Pants. Don't forget, music, movement, and a craft, too.
Thursday, June 5 @ 2 pm
Take a ride with us this week as we tell stories about bicycles. We'll read stories such as Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle by Chris Raschka and others. We'll also sing, dance, and do a craft.
Friday, May 9 @ 10:30 am
This week in storytime, we'll look at two authors and compare styles. See what Edouard Manceau with four simple shapes, and what Nina Crews does with photography and collage. Join us for a craft, music, and movement, too!
Friday, June 6 @ 3:30 pm
Teens, if you're looking for something to do, come hang out at the Teen Lounge. We have gaming systems, board games, crafts, and assorted musical instruments.
Tuesday, June 3 @ 3:30 pm
Teen Lounge is open for gaming on the PS3, Wii, or PS2. We also have board games, paints, and other crafts. Musical instruments are available as well.
Saturday, May 10 @ 1 pm
Kids ages kindergarten and up are invited to learn beginning American Sign Language with teen volunteer, Lexie. Classes will be once per week on Saturdays and are informal and fun.
Wednesday, April 16 @ 10 am
12 Years a Slave by Solomon Northrup. Read and discuss the book that inspired the movie! First published in 1853, the memoir was reprinted several times in the 19th century. An annotated 1968 version quietly drew attention and since 1999, Saratoga Springs, NY has celebrated an annual Solomon Northrup Day. Adapted and produced by Steve McQueen in 2013, the film won both the Golden Globe and Oscar for Best Picture of the Year, as well as countless other awards for acting, writing and directing.