Join Nichole for a lap-sit storytime for babies and toddlers (0-3) and their caregivers. We will explore stories, songs, various activities and all around fun every Tuesday. Masking for adults and children over the age of 5 is required for indoors. For more information call 447-5552 or email Nichole at email@example.com
Children ages 3-5 with their caregivers and siblings are invited to join Tessa for stories, songs, a variety of activities, and all around fun every Wednesday. Free! Some sessions will take place in the library park, so please dress appropriately. Masking for adults and children over 5 is required indoors. For more information call 447-5552 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sing and dance with Sharon from Mt. Top Music! Preschoolers and their caregivers are invited to this program in the library park. FREE!
Head to Wonderland in Conway Library park, and enjoy a fantastical tea party followed by a friendly game of croquet with the Mad Hatter, the Red Queen, Alice, the White Rabbit, and MAYBE the Cheshire Cat (if you can find him). Wear your Saturday best, and please RSVP HERE.
Have you ever wondered what kind of training a dog receives to become a Service Dog? In Piki Goes to College, we meet the lovable Piki (rhymes with sneaky), a mischievous and captivating shelter dog who finds a special purpose with a new life learning the important job of assisting an owner with a disability. Author Joan M.
This special 6-week series with Tessa will provide 5-year-olds and their caregivers an opportunity to practice Kindergarten readiness in the areas of reading exposure, language, counting, self care, social-emotional health, and fine and gross motor activities. Most of all, there will be an emphasis on fun! Sessions will take place both in the Ham Room following the library mask policy, and outside in the library park. Registration is required, and space is limited, so we ask that other care arrangements will be made for siblings.
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!
Conway, we've got a problem. Humanity needs help planning their next mission to Mars, and this is just to camp