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Programs & Events » Kids & Families

Jan28
Family Board Game Afternoon
3:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Enjoy some low tech fun for everyone! The Children's Library has many classic & new board games, puzzles, and card games for all ages. Stop in for a pick up game!
Jan29
Toddler Story Time at Burbank
10:15am - 11:00am
Location: Burbank Branch
Audience: Kids & Families
Our friend Phyllis will lead us in song and dance. We'll hear a short story or two, roll the ball & "ring around the rosie." Come see what your toddler can do!
Jan29
Rhythm & Rhymes for Babies
4:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Stories, songs, finger rhymes, music and movement for babies from birth to 24 months and their parents/caregivers. The activities promote language development and pre-literacy skills.
Jan30
Toddler Story Time at Riverton
10:00am - 10:45am
Location: Riverton Branch
Audience: Kids & Families
Our friend Phyllis will lead us in song and dance. We'll hear a short story or two, roll the ball & "ring around the rosie." Come see what your toddler can do!
Jan30
Tales for Twos
10:30am - 11:00am
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
2 year olds and their parents/caregivers are invited to join the fun at this story time. This program features stories, songs, fingerplays, & movement activities. These promote language development, pre-literacy skills and an enjoyment of reading.
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