For children of all ages who can actively engage. This interactive storytime with books, music, and movement is a high engagement storytime that instills the love of literacy and the Library at an early age. Caregivers also learn valuable information on how to continue building literacy at home. While all ages are welcome, we will focus on pre-literacy skills. Thursday is a repeat of Wednesday’s program.
Rovers (Thursdays) Participants explore the wide world through reading, STEM, and innovation. This program is for school age students 6-9.
Even though the Lunar New Year 2022 will fall on February 1st, we will celebrate it on January 22 here at the library. The Chinese New Year animal sign will be the Tiger. Join us for food, fun, and crafts.
A 20-minute lapsit storytime featuring developmentally appropriate board books, rhymes, and movement encouraging early literacy for infants 0-18 months. Caregivers also learn valuable information on how to continue building literacy at home. If children can walk steadily, then we suggest Family Storytime.
Books and Bricks (Tuesdays) Use toy building bricks to complete different challenges based on books This program is for school age students 10-18.
Low impact standing aerobics combined with chair exercises used to stretch and strengthen all muscles and joints. We use stretchy bands, weights and simple dance moves to improve coordination and keep the whole body fit.
This program includes standing and chair exercises developed to keep joints flexible, muscles strong, and to help reduce pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. Stretchy bands are used to warm up. Specific exercises are used for hands and fingers, as well as the muscles and joints throughout the whole body
Low impact aerobic exercise, that include dance moves, toning, and stretching. The program is done to the latest in music favorites and will get that heart pumping and participants will enjoy fun while getting in shape.
Chair volleyball is a physical activity that provides a fun way to be active, it more fun than you can possibly stand! Because players are required to remain seated, chair volleyball allows those with physical limitations to participate on a level playing field with those who may be more active. Regular participation in this activity can increase flexibility and stamina.
Learn basic tap dance steps that any tap enthusiast can do. Participants do not need tap shoes but hard sole shoes are recommended. This program will provide participants rhythm, coordination, and mental fitness and fun!
Taught by – Cenia Bowen
The benefits of B-I-N-G-O. Yes, the benefits of B-I-N-G-O…promotes eye coordination, helps with cognitive skills, boosts brain health and memory skills, gives energy, introduces you to new friends all while having FUN! Join us on Tuesdays at 8:30am in Classroom D, for some “exercise” called Bingo.
Bring a friend and enjoy some great prizes will be given!
Watch your cards, make a good bet and win everyone else’s chips in Texas Hold ‘Em. Come play and learn the game of Texas Hold ‘Em. Be sure to wear your poker face.