The Children’s Department houses books, magazines, videos, learning kits, and more for babies, toddlers, and elementary school children.

All programs are free. Children 7 and younger must have a parent stay with them, however, we encourage a parent of older children to remain on site. Printable flyers are available when programs are offered. Come check it out!

DSC00369_edited-1-web[1]Family Fun Story Time for babies to school age children is held on Wednesday mornings from 9:30-9:50 followed by 10:00 and 10:30 times available for scheduled groups. Story Time activities include songs, stories, and crafts and helps introduce little ones to small groups. Download flyer, (124 KB).

School-aged children from PreK-5th grades have their own program, Book Connection. Month-long sessions are developed around a theme. The afternoon begins with a snack and a story, and ends with a take-home craft related to the current theme.

Road Map to Reading is a program for parents with children ages 0 through 6 that demonstrates the importance of early reading and writing, teaches early literacy skills to parents, and encourages parents to read to their children. Contact the library for times.

Lego Club meets first Saturday each month from 11:00 am—12:30 pm. All ages are welcomed and encouraged. Legos will be provided. Parent must stay with child. Legos Systems and Association for Library Service to Children donated Legos to get our club started. We still need more and are accepting donations of  Legos. Did you know that playing with Legos helps build math and science skills, encourages creativity, and strengthens problem solving skills?