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Spring Break Story Time

Story Time Schedule

Teeny Tiny Time: Story Time for Ages 0-2 - Fridays at 10 am

Join Ms. Karen for stories, music, rhymes, and finger plays--fun for little ones ages 0-2! Let your little one sit, sing, wiggle and waggle for 20 minutes of interactive fun. Register here.

Small Fry Friday- Story Time for ages 3-5 - Fridays at 10:45 am

An active story time with books, games, energetic songs, creative activities, and simple science! Ideally for ages 3-5. Providing your preschooler thirty minutes to read, play, learn and create. Register here.

Sensory Friends Story Time - 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 3:30 pm

Welcome families with special needs. This story time includes music, stories, and movement for kids through young adults with autism, sensory processing, or other developmental needs. Register here.

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Capstone e-books and Pebble Go now available through the Alabama Virtual Library!


Pi Day the Easy Way- Tuesday, March 14 at 6:00 p.m.

Math fans can sign up for our Pi Day celebration and take part in snacks, activities, jokes and more. Besides the significance of 3, 1, 4 to Pi – March 14 is Albert Einstein’s birthday. Come learn and share Pi trivia. Is it the most important number in the universe? Register here.

Manners & More Tea Party- Tuesday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m.

Children ages 6 to 12 can fine tune their manners with etiquette expert Kathie Martin of the Etiquette School of Birmingham. Find out: American dining style vs. Continental dining style, what is acceptable to eat with your hands, appropriate conversation at the table, and more! This program will use hot tea and real china cups, saucers, and plates. Children must be signed up as well as any adults who want to sit at a table with a child. Register here.

Buggin' Out at the Library - Spring Break Week, March 27-31

Come in during Spring Break week, check out books, and play buggy games for prizes.

Spring Break Story Time, Wed., March 29 at 10:15 a.m. -11:00 a.m.

Children of all ages can join Miss Karen for stories, activities and more.

Register here.

Library Safety Note

This is a reminder to parents that it is not safe for young children to be left in the library alone and unsupervised by their parents and caregivers. Please remember, although our library is small, it is a public place. Be safe, not sorry.

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