Baby and Toddler Discovery Time

Baby and Toddler Discovery Time

Join us for short storytime followed by age-appropriate sensory activities.  Sensory play is important for brain development and helps develop motor skills, problem solving, and language skills.  Caregivers supervision is required.

Baby and Toddler Storytime

Baby and Toddler Storytime

Babies and Toddlers along with their caregivers are welcome to join us for stories, songs, rhymes and more! Parents and caregivers are encouraged (←required) to join in the fun. This is a 30-minute story time followed by 30 minutes of

Baby Storytime @ Stratton

Baby Storytime @ Stratton

Baby Storytime at Stratton Library is held on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. Ms. Jenny will lead story time with lap songs, rhymes, shakers, scarves, stories, and of course bubbles! The storytime lasts around 25 minutes with stay-and-play afterwards and socializing

Gritter Baby Storytime @ Gritters

Gritter Baby Storytime @ Gritters

Join us each week at Gritters Library for stories, fingerplays, and lapsit activities appropriate for six weeks to 18-month-old children! Storytimes promote early literacy and help to develop socialization skills. All storytimes require a participating adult and everyone is welcome

Baby Storytime at Switzer Library

Baby Storytime at Switzer Library

Baby storytime at the Switzer Library is each Monday morning at 10:30. Babies from birth to 24 months with their parent or caregiver will join Mr. Stephen and Yoda in lap songs, rhymes, shaker, parachute and scarf activities, stories and

Blooming Baby Storytime @ Mountain View Regional Library

Baby Toddler Story time

Join us each week at the Mountain View Regional Library for stories, fingerplays, and lapsit activities appropriate for newborn to 18-month-old children! Storytimes promote early literacy and help to develop socialization skills. All storytimes require a participating adult and everyone

Baby and Toddler Discovery Time

Baby and Toddler Discovery Time

Join us for short storytime followed by age-appropriate sensory activities.  Sensory play is important for brain development and helps develop motor skills, problem solving, and language skills.  Caregivers supervision is required.

Family Evening Storytime at the Powder Springs Library

Family Evening Storytime at the Powder Springs Library

Family Evening Story Time ​Unwind at the library as a family with evening storytime. Join us for stories, songs, and crafts for children of all ages. Pajamas and stuffed animals welcome! Family Evening Storytime will meet the 2nd Tuesday of

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