Friday, April 25 @ 11 am
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.
Friday, April 4 @ 11 am
Reading is good for your child's brain development, but so is play. Stick around after storytime to give your child a chance to interact with other kids and have fun. You'll have a chance to catch up and have some "adult time," too.
Friday, April 25 @ 10:30 am
Earth Day is celebrated world-wide every April 22nd. In honor of our blue/green planet, we'll read stories about our wonderous environment. Join us for stories such as The Mangrove Tree by Susan Ross, and others.
Friday, April 11 @ 10:30 am
April showers bring May flowers in this week's storytime. We'll read and learn about rain. Singing, dancing, and a craft included.
Friday, April 4 @ 10:30 am
Wheels, motors, and sails are some of the things that we use to get around. Join us for a transportation-themed storytime. We'll sing, dance, and do a craft, too.
Wednesday, August 13 @ 4:30pm
Check or Checkmate? Do you play chess or are you interested in learning? Wonder what the terms pins, ranks, and skittles mean? If you would like to be part of a chess club, we have the right one for you.
Monday, April 21 @ 4pm
Hey kids, have you been thinking about starting a coin collection? Then you'll want to come to the "Introduction to Coin Collecting for Kids" program presented by the Greater Jacksonville Coin Club. You'll learn about the history of U.S. coins, how they are made, where the mints are located, and get to see coins like half cents, Flying Eagles, Indian Head cents, half dimes, half dollars, and many more. Registration is required, please call the library at 827-6960 to reserve your spot.
Tuesday, March 4 @ 11am
Join us for a special Dr. Seuss-themed Family Storytime celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday and "Read Across America" with a red fish/blue fish craft afterwards and Dr. Seuss stickers for every child who attends.
Tuesday, March 18 @ 2pm
Florida Public Archaeology Network presents Prehistoric Pottery for Kids. Students learn about the advent of pottery in Florida and do hands-on experimentation using pay-doh to explore pottery-making and decorating technology. Space is limited and registration is required. Call the library at 827-6960 to reserve your place or sign up at the reference desk.
Ms. Anne presents programs for little ones.
Just for Babies - Held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 10:15am; for babies up to 15 months and their caregivers. This infant lapsit is designed for one-on-one interaction between caregiver and baby. Families with multiple children are encouraged to attend Family Storytime.
Family Storytime - Held every Tuesday morning at 11am; for children 16 months - 5 years and their families, though no child will be turned away. For more information on system-wide library storytimes, please go here.