Attention 4th, 5th and 6th graders! Join the library's new kids book club. We'll read books each month and meet in September, October and November to discuss them. We'll do cool web-based activities and more!
Join Miss Amy for some virtual and real-time fun with food! This program will be filled with "cooking" on the iPad, storytelling and games. Also be ready to help make some recipes, and most importantly bring your appetite to taste test! Please let us know if your child has any food allergies!
Join Miss Amy for some virtual and real-time fun with food! This program will be filled with cooking on the iPad, storytelling and games. Also be ready to help make some recipes and most importantly bring your appetite to teste test. Please let us know if your child has any food allergies.
Help the library celebrate the freedom to read during BANNED BOOKS WEEK from September 24 through October 1st. In observance of this week, the library is inviting patrons to take part in a READ-A-THON AT THE LIBRARY. Children can report the hours they read HERE during this week to a librarian and enter a drawing for a prize.
This program is for children in kindergarten through 2nd grade takes place every Monday from 4:15-5:00 pm. This program includes interactive music, art, acting out stories, word games, iPads, crafts and snacks.
Registration begins March 5
Catch this great children's movie and we'll have snacks and a drawing to win a movie you can download!
We will give out "Spike Passes" beginning at 1:30.
Registration by phone or email. Master those computer keys and win prizes.
Teachers and homeschoolers, as well as preschool and daycare providers are invited to the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library open house! Join us for light refreshments and a tour of all the library has to offer. You’ll find out:
Lapsits 10:00 Monday or Wednesday
2 yr olds 10:00 or 10:45 Tuesday or 10:00 Thursday
3 yr olds 10:45 Monday or Wednesday
4/5 yr olds 10:45 or 2:00 Thursday
School Age Storytime for K-2nd graders 4:15 Monday
Come make soap or a lip balm with teacher Danielle Waskowski.