Saturday, March 1 –
Saturday, March 29
Stop by the Help Desk during the month of March to pick up
your Seuss-tastic Reading Challenge sheet. Complete 5
activities in a row to earn a free book. Complete ALL of the
activities and earn 2 free books. Open to all readers birth to
Reading Challenge Sheet
Treehouse Theater Presents:
Saturday, March 8 1:00 PM
Join special guests from the Treehouse Theater
as they present an excerpt from their upcoming Seussical the
Musical! Fun the for whole family, no registration required.
Language Fun Story Time
Wednesday, March 12 6:30 PM
Join special guests from the Lincoln High
School Foreign Language Department for an evening of language
fun. Stories, songs and simple vocabulary will be used to
introduce children to a new language followed by a fun
project. Fun for the whole family, no registration required.
Family Flix: Frozen
Friday, March 21 1:00 PM
Come enjoy a movie on our big screen! Fun for the whole
family. Popcorn provided, no registration required. This movie
is rated PG.
McBoing, Boing Shakers
Monday, March 24 All Day
Come make some noise at the library be creating
a set of Gerald McBoing, Boing Shakers - a perfect way to
celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Open to all ages, while
Paws 4 Pages
Wednesday, March 26 6:00 PM
Join us for an evening of canine companionship.
Any young readers who would like to improve their reading
ability, who like dogs, and would like to spend some quiet
time reading may participate. No registration required.
February 6 - March 13
Babygarten is much more than a play
group! Infants and their caregivers will share nursery
rhymes, songs, and books but also get a chance to make
fun projects that demonstrate the babies’
developmental milestones - usually a homemade toy or a
baby book item.
Many projects and activities will
emphasize the importance of reading to babies AND
parents will learn how to do this most effectively. Each
instructor will also share insight about infant
development and parenting. The class concludes with a
free play period.
Program meets once a week for 6 weeks.
Program is open to infants (birth to
18 months) and their caregivers and is limited to 12
participants per class.
To register, please
call 793-7116 or stop by the children’s desk.
January 20 - March 10
1st Step is a fun, interactive program for children
1˝ to 2˝ years old and their caregivers. Throughout
the program, toddlers will be exposed to a wide variety
of music & movement activities, sign language,
letter/word identification, numbers, colors, shapes, and
other pre-literacy activities.
Instructors will also share appropriate books,
songs, and activities with caregivers for use at home.
Many toddlers are
not quite ready for the structure of a more formal story
time setting. 1st
Step gives them the opportunity to explore their
surroundings in an environment that encourages them to
move and discover and very rarely sit still.
At the same time 1st Step helps toddlers begin to
learn how to follow directions, to listen, to respond
appropriately in a group, and to become more aware of
themselves and others.
Each 1st Step class
consists of a 30 minute activity session followed by 30
minutes of free-play time.
Caregivers should wear loose comfortable clothing
and are strongly encouraged to be silly, sit on the
floor, sing loudly and have fun!
1st Step meets once
a week for 6 weeks. Please
note, there is NO class on Monday, October 28.
Class size is
limited so please register by calling 793-7116.
March 4, 11, 18 & 25
Story times will include stories, fingerplays, music & movement and other activities to encourage early literacy. Children will also make a new project each week! Lots of repetition and fun, come back every week! Perfect for families with children of multiple ages, no registration required.
Groups of 10 or more who would like to
participate in story time should make arrangements with
library staff by calling (920)793-7118.
February 19-March 26
Jump Start offers numerous fun
activities that inspire imagination, encourage creativity
and help children exercise problem-solving skills through
language and literacy fun, songs, rhymes and music, as
well as math, science, art, drama and social development
Activities throughout the class will use
multiple intelligences for different learning styles and
opportunities for scaffolded learning through repetition
Program is open to ages 3-5 and their
caregivers. Space is limited so please register by calling