Local History and
Programs and Events
What Do I Read Next?
Monday - Wednesday 9:30-7:00pm
Closed Sunday, Friday and major holidays
program runs January 12-May 4.
This weekly storytime is for
children ages 3-6 and their
caregivers. The program features a
variety of stories, fingerplays, songs and
activities. No registration is
required. Program begins promptly at
10:00 a.m. in the Community Room.
There is no Read &
Romp on April 20.
at 10:00 a.m.
program runs January 15-May 7.
under three years old meet together with
parents or caregivers for 30 minutes of
rhymes, songs, and books followed by
open-ended free play.
is no Baby Rhyme Time April 9 or April
Cat In The Hat
26-March 2, 2015
Let the Cat In The Hat lead you to
some bouncy books, silly sayings and
perfect prizes this winter.
Children ages 2-13 are invited to
register for this free,
non-competitive reading program.
Cake Before Dinner Party
Monday, March 2
Cake for everyone who participated in the
Winter Reading Program!
Prize week will be February
23-March 1. Remember to stop in and
pick up your prizes!
|Music Together Family
For children ages birth-5
Emilia Pepen will be presenting a free
demonstration class involving music and
movement for toddlers and their
grownup. All children are
musical. Come learn how to support
their natural love for the beat!
|Man In The Moon Story
Time for men and their babies!
For men with babies 0-2
You will learn songs, how to share books,
and much more! This special story
time will be led by Jim Thomas, an expert
in story time for little ones.
Children's Librarian Sheila Dube has been
sharing her love of reading aloud and singing
children at Springvale Public Library
since 2003. She also shares her
talents with the community in the local
Headstart program classrooms and at the WIC (Women,
Infants & Children) distribution
day at York County Community Action.