Mary Ferris ~ Children’s Librarian ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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of events and programs and to register online.
Programs marked with * require registration.
Bring your lunch to enjoy while you travel to the kingdom of Arendelle. The special bond that develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.
Bring in any paperback books you no longer want and trade them one for one for new-to-you books brought in by other kids. This is a great chance to give away those books that are too easy for you! For grades K-5.
* Storytime *
Wednesdays or Thursdays
April 1 – May 28
10:30 – 11:00 AM
Storybooks and more for children 3-5 years old! Our half-hour sessions on Wednesday and Thursday mornings feature picturebook stories, fingerplays, songs, and the flannelboard. The activities promote language development and pre-literacy skills. Registration is requested as the class is limited to 25 children. Choose whichever day of the week is better for your family and register in person or by calling (585) 394-1381.
It’s time to do some building! We have the Legos so just bring your imagination! Open to kids in grades K-5. Sign-up so you won’t get left out! Register online, at the library, by calling (585) 394-1381.
* Mother Goose Time *** * *
Friday, April 3
see times below
Our early literacy program of nursery rhymes, songs, fingerplays, and a short story is for babies and toddlers 6 – 24 months old and their parents or caregivers. Registration is requested.
The Walkers class is at 10:15-10:35 and is especially for children who are walking and will include some movement activities as well as rhymes.
The Pre-walkers meet at 11:00-11:20 and is especially for children who are not yet walking and it will feature traditional rhymes, bounces, and clapping songs.
Stories, rhymes, and fingerplay fun for 2 year olds and a parent or caregiver with Children’s Librarian, Mrs. Ferris, and her puppet helper, Shrinking Violet. Weekly sessions are 20 minutes long and will be held in the library’s Story Room. Registration is required. Choose whichever day of the week is better for your family and register online, in person or by calling (585) 394-1381.
* Read to Jack *
Saturday, April 11
10:30 – 11:30 AM
Children in kindergarten – 3rd grades can improve their reading skills by reading aloud for 10 minutes to our certified therapy dog, Jack. The goal of our Tail Wagging Tutor program is to provide a relaxed and “dog-friendly” atmosphere for children to practice the skill of reading. This special time is offered on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Sign up for a 10 minute reading session at the library or call (585) 394-1381 to reserve your reading time. (Sorry – no online registration for this event)
What could be more fun than listening to stories in your jammies? Children 3-7 years old can help us celebrate National Library Week by coming to the library in their pajamas and following the path of pawprints to the Ewing Community Room on the 3rd floor for stories, songs, and flannelboard fun. Parents are invited to enjoy the program with their children. No registration is necessary.
Biblio-Bop Dance Party
Friday, April 24
Do you and your preschooler love to dance? Come bop till you drop at our Biblio-Bop interactive dance program where we’ll have one hour of non-stop dancing and singing fun! Ages 1 – 5 with their parent or caregiver. No registration.