We can't wait to have you join us for storytime! Registration is NOT required for any of your storytimes, BUT space is LIMITED.  Please check in at the Youth Services Desk when you arrive.  Once we reach capacity in the room, we will not be able to let others in.  Thank you for understanding! 

Our storytimes are divided into age groups and are designed to be developmentally appropriate for that group.  We ask that you bring only your child to a storytime that they are old enough for (siblings are welcome to attend most of our storytimes!)


Mondays: 9:30 & 10:30 a.m.

Through December 12 

Youth Program Room

Preschool Storytime is for independent children (children stay in the room without their caregiver) who have already

turned 3, 4, or 5 years old.  This storytime has a focus on building school readiness through longer stories, literacy and educational concepts, songs and movement.  


Tuesdays: 9:30 & 10:30 a.m

Through December 13

Youth Program Room

Book Babies is for children ages 0-24 months and a caregiver.  This is an introduction to storytime at the library featuring interactive rhymes, stories and songs that are designed for meaningful one-on-one interaction between baby and caregiver.  

Siblings are welcome to attend.  


Wednesdays: 9:30 & 10:30 a.m.

Through December 14 

Youth Program Room 

Family storytime is for children of all ages and a caregiver.  This storytime focuses on early literacy skills while laughing and playing with every member of the family.  


Thursdays: 9:30 & 10:30 a.m.

Through December 15

Youth Program Room

Storytime for children who are already 2 or 3 years old and a caregiver.  This storytime includes action-oriented stories, songs and movement with a focus on early literacy skills.  Siblings are welcome to attend.  

YOGA STORYTIME (for ages 3-5)

Wednesday, December 14 & 1:30 p.m.

Youth Program Room

Yoga Storytime helps children build early literacy skills and healthy bodies at the same time! This active storytime will feature stories, songs, yoga poses, and breathing exercises in order to help children build better body awareness, self-control, flexibility, and coordination.  For independent children only (children go into the room alone).