This storytime is designed for toddlers and
preschoolers, although children of all ages may attend, and features simple
picture books, songs and participation activities. Parent participation is an
essential element of this storytime, and attending children must be supervised
by an adult. Registration is not required. Storytimes attended by eight or
fewer people may be canceled by the storyteller.
Parents with babies who are not yet walking
are invited to this storytime experience! Songs, rhymes, stories, and movement
activities are selected to promote verbal acquisition and sensory development.
Only one child per adult is allowed.
Learn the basics of programming and programming logic
using the popular Python programming language. Go beyond just using a
computer and learn how to create your own applications using free
This class will be taught using the Coursera Open Class platform (www.coursera.org).
Class time will be used to watch the course videos and working with
other classmates to complete the projects. A library staff member will
also be available to help.
We'll meet at the library to discuss To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee's beloved novel about 8-year-old Scout Finch growing up in a small town in Alabama and witnessing her father, a lawyer, defending a young black man accused of raping a white woman.
Books are available at the Ask Us Desk one month before each discussion. Registration is not required.