Families are invited for a morning of storytelling with Simon Brooks! Free and made possible through a grant from CLIF (Children's Literacy Foundation), in partnership with the Conway Elementary School. For more information about Simon go to https://www.diamondscree.com/.
Sing and dance with Sharon from Mt. Top Music! Preschoolers and their caregivers are invited to this program in the library park. FREE!
Dixie Lea of Sunshine Yoga will lead yoga sessions every Saturday through the summer (weather permitting). BYO mat and a $5.00 suggested donation.
Gear up with sunscreen, picnic blankets, and shades! Young children (5 and under) and their caregivers are invited to enjoy stories, songs, movement and activities with Tessa in the library park at 10:30 AM every Wednesday. Free, and no sign-up is required.
* In the event of rain, story time will not take place. If Tessa is absent, another library youth services provider will substitute.
What has bones, fur, and four legs? MAMMALS! In this program we learn about what makes a mammal a mammal, as well as the cool adaptations that our local mammals have to survive in our sometimes harsh environment.
Dexter Harding has taught all elementary grades and pre-school as well. For this afternoon session of Tails and Tales he weaves together his love of music, kids and nature. We'll have multi-cultural storytelling and lots of singing along! FREE!
Award-winning children’s musician Steve Blunt & best-selling author/illustrator Marty Kelley team up for a fun, fresh library show with music, books and lots of laughs. These longtime friends perform catchy tunes on a variety of musical instruments--and Marty reads a few of his books aloud, with projected illustrations. A highly original combination for kids & families at the library!
Ages 0 - 10
Join EB from Green Mountain Conservation Group and the Conway Public Library in learning all about frogs! In following the summer reading theme “Tails and Tales” we will be reading two books about frogs, “The Teeny Weeny Tadpole” by Sheridan Cain and illustrated by Jack Tickle, and “Growing Frogs” by Vivian French and illustrated by Alison Bartlett. We will also learn about what it means to be an amphibian, metamorphosis, and the frogs we can find in our backyards!
An animal’s tail can serve as a rudder when swimming, help with agility during flight, or can even function like an extra hand.