Let's see what you can create with our Legos. This program is geared to school-age children, although children of all ages are welcomed to attend. Group Limit is 18 Families. November's theme is Family Feast. Registration starts Thursday, March 1 online, by phone, or in person. PLEASE SIGN UP AS A FAMILY.
Young children are uniquely suited to learn a second language. Join us as an instructor from Language Stars presents a storytime introducing the Spanish language. The program is geared to preschoolers and attending children must be supervised by an adult.
Join us each Saturday morning for stories, songs, and fingerplays. Parent participation is an important part 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.
This storytime is designed to help develop language and pre-reading skills through conversation, story activities, and a craft. Registered children must be at least 3 years old and attend with their parent/caregiver. Only one child per adult. Group Limit: 20 pairs.
Private digital media lab class. Applications can be completed at www.dglibrary.org/teens through October 1. Those selected will be contacted by October 15.
This eight-week course will include classes on cinema history, camera basics, post-production, and more and will conclude with a film festival-esque showing of the students' creations. Teens who finish the course will be expected to help train other community members with the skills they learn, as part of our library volunteer program.
Please contact Lynette at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Parents with walking toddlers up to 36 months old are invited to register for this storytime. Songs, rhymes, stories and movement activities are selected to promote verbal acquisition and sensory development. Group limit: 70 Only one child per adult is allowed.
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.