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Toddler Story Time at Riverton
10:15am - 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!
Tales for Twos
10:30am - 11:00am
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Two year olds and their caregivers are invited to join us for stories and songs every Friday.
Preschool Story Time at Riverton
10:45am - 11:30am
Location: Riverton Branch
Audience: Kids & Families
Join Silly Sarah for a story or two with great pictures to view. We'll dance and we'll sing with bean bags galore, then we'll craft something neat to bring home and admire. Bring a friend, let's have some FUN!
Teen Valentine Making Party
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Main Library
Audience: Teens
Valentine Making in the Teen Library. We'll provide all the supplies you need to make the best valentine ever for the love of your life... or your best friend, or your mom :) This program is free and open to Portland teens ages 12-19.
Meet Author Lisa Jahn Clough - Valentine Event
10:30am - 11:15am
Location: Main Library, Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library
Audience: Kids & Families
Description of Event: Join local author Lisa Jahn Clough for a reading of her newest book in the Petal and Poppy series, Petal and Poppy and the Mystery Valentine in the Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library.
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