Join us for rhymes, bounces, stories and a short playtime. For caregivers and babies ages 0 - 18 months.
Storytime for toddlers with stories, rhymes, music, and movement.
Join us for stories, songs, fingerplays and movement that build literacy skills for ages three to six years old.
Get the lowdown on your library's downloadables. Bring your mobile device (smartphone, tablet, or e-reader) to one of our classes and get some advice and help installing the library's apps for e-books, downloadable audiobooks, and e-magazines. Classes and apps are all free. Your gadget must have basic setup done (out of the box, set up, passwords entered, charged, and know the basics) as a prerequisite to this class. You will need your library card and PIN, and you may need the password for your App Store on your device.
Do you want to practice your English skills? Looking to meet new people in your community? Join community members and English language learners alike at Forest Avenue Library and enjoy light refreshments and sparkling conversation! Activities are provided to prompt and encourage conversation. This program is open to all English speaking skill levels. For additional information please contact Philip Delgado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be discussing Me Before You, by Jojo Moyes. Copies of the book may be picked up at the library.
Need a quiet space to study? Check out the Homework Hideout! Laptops, a free printer, school supplies, and a community mentor will be available to help students in grades 4-12 complete assignments.
Come and join our monthly Youth Chess Club for chess play and snacks! All levels of skill are welcome!
Join us in the children's area to enjoy a story and make a related craft. Ages 3-8.
Play a board game that you are literally part of! Wind your way across the room and be the first to cross the finish line.
Bring the entire family for an evening of stories, rhymes, and songs. It's a great way for busy and working caregivers to spend time with their children while reinforcing skills for school. You can even wear your jammies!
Bryant F. McAllister, PhD, an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Biology at The University of Iowa, will explain how DNA can be used to learn more about your family history.
Bring the entire family together early in the evening for stories, songs and occasional crafts. It's a great way for busy parents to relax and listen to stories with their children. You can even wear your jammies!
Drop in after school for a do-it-yourself craft!
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