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Storytimes!


September 5, 2012
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Locations listed on the bottom. If you know of a storytime not listed, please email Vicki at [email protected]

SUNDAY:

MONDAY:

9:15a.m-Baby Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Baby Storytimes introduce the sounds and rhythms of language to our youngest library users ages 0-2. Nursery rhymes, songs, and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Parents and caregivers should plan on participating with their children in these Storytimes. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m.-Toddler Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for eager young learners ages 2-3, Toddler Storytime consists of fun, simple picture books, fingerplays, rhymes and songs. Parents and caregivers are asked to join their children and participate in the activities. Reservations are required.

10:45a.m.-Preschool Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Preschool Storytime is built with exciting picture books, poems, fingerplays, songs, puppets, and occasionally a simple craft or game. Parents and caregivers are not required to participate in Preschool Storytime. Ages 4-6. Reservations are required.

4:00p.m.-Bilingual Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes, songs, and play. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Parents and caregivers are asked to stay and participate in Family Storytimes. Reservations are required.


TUESDAY:

9:15a.m-Baby Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Baby Storytimes introduce the sounds and rhythms of language to our youngest library users ages 0-2. Nursery rhymes, songs, and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Parents and caregivers should plan on participating with their children in these Storytimes. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m.-Toddler Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for eager young learners ages 2-3, Toddler Storytime consists of fun, simple picture books, fingerplays, rhymes and songs. Parents and caregivers are asked to join their children and participate in the activities. Reservations are required.

10:45a.m.-Preschool Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Preschool Storytime is built with exciting picture books, poems, fingerplays, songs, puppets, and occasionally a simple craft or game. Parents and caregivers are not required to participate in Preschool Storytime. Ages 4-6. Reservations are required.

7:00pm-Pajama Storytime at Central Library

Join us every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in your jammies with your favorite sleepytime friend. For ages 2 - 6 years and their caregivers. No registration required. For more information call 303-739-6626


7:00p.m.-Spanish Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes, songs, and play. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Parents and caregivers are asked to stay and participate in Family Storytimes. Reservations are required.

WEDNESDAY:

9:15a.m-Baby Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Baby Storytimes introduce the sounds and rhythms of language to our youngest library users ages 0-2. Nursery rhymes, songs, and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Parents and caregivers should plan on participating with their children in these Storytimes. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m-Storytime at Central Library

Join us for stories, fingerplays and songs! For ages 2 - 6 years and their caregivers. Call 303-739-6626 for more information

10:00a.m.-Toddler Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for eager young learners ages 2-3, Toddler Storytime consists of fun, simple picture books, fingerplays, rhymes and songs. Parents and caregivers are asked to join their children and participate in the activities. Reservations are required.

10:30a.m.-Storytime at Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

For Children in preschool to age 7. Call for details 303-739-1940.

10:30a.m. Storytime at Tallyn's Reach Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes and songs. Sessions can include crafts and special guests. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Reservations are required.

4:00p.m. Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes and songs. Sessions can include crafts and special guests. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Reservations are required.

 

THURSDAY:

9:15a.m-Baby Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Baby Storytimes introduce the sounds and rhythms of language to our youngest library users ages 0-2. Nursery rhymes, songs, and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Parents and caregivers should plan on participating with their children in these Storytimes. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m.-Toddler Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for eager young learners ages 2-3, Toddler Storytime consists of fun, simple picture books, fingerplays, rhymes and songs. Parents and caregivers are asked to join their children and participate in the activities. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m. Storytime at Mission Viejo Library

Join us for stories, fingerplays and songs! For ages 2 to 6 years and their caregivers. Call 303-326-8600 for more information

10:00a.m.-R.I.S.E Storytimes and Parent Literacy Class at Central Library

Read. Imagine. Share. Explore. 3-5 years old with adult. The Center for Hearing Speech and Language will provide an environment that will give parents and children the opportunity to practice pre-literacy skills. These classes are especially suited for English as a Second Language Learners. Parent class themes include: Expressing Needs and Feelings, Establishing Independence, Understanding What Families Value, Sharing and Cooperating, and Self-Possibilities. Registration required for the children attending and open one month in advance: 303-739-6626. Parents don’t need to register.

2:00p.m.-Preschool Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Preschool Storytime is built with exciting picture books, poems, fingerplays, songs, puppets, and occasionally a simple craft or game. Parents and caregivers are not required to participate in Preschool Storytime. Ages 4-6. Reservations are required.

7:00p.m. Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes and songs. Sessions can include crafts and special guests. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Reservations are required.

FRIDAY:

7:00p.m. Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes and songs. Sessions can include crafts and special guests. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Reservations are required.

SATURDAY:

9:15a.m-Baby Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Baby Storytimes introduce the sounds and rhythms of language to our youngest library users ages 0-2. Nursery rhymes, songs, and the simplest of stories build a foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading. Parents and caregivers should plan on participating with their children in these Storytimes. Reservations are required.

10:00a.m.-Toddler Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for eager young learners ages 2-3, Toddler Storytime consists of fun, simple picture books, fingerplays, rhymes and songs. Parents and caregivers are asked to join their children and participate in the activities. Reservations are required.

10:45a.m.-Family Storytime at Smoky Hill Library

Designed for families with children of various ages to enjoy as a group, Family Storytime features picture books, rhymes and songs. Sessions can include crafts and special guests. For all ages but geared to ages 3-5. Reservations are required.

4:00p.m.-Barnes and Noble Story Time at Aurora City Center

Each week will have a different theme to keep your little one entertained!

 

AURORA CENTRAL LIBRARY: 14949 E. Alameda Parkway 80012
BARNES AND NOBLE: 170 S. Abilene St. 80012
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. LIBRARY: 9898 E Colfax Ave 80016
MISSION VIEJO LIBRARY:
15324 E. Hampden Cir 80013
SMOKY HILL LIBRARY: 5430 S. Biscay Circle 80015
TALLYN'S REACH LIBRARY: 23911 E. Arapahoe Rd. 80012


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