Mother Goose on the Loose

Mar 29
Wednesday 9:15 am
“Mother Goose on the Loose”, is a 30-minute nursery rhyme program for newborns to three-year-olds. The class helps to strengthen babies' and toddler's foundation for literacy with rhymes, rhythm, repetition, story, and movement.

Baby Rhyme Time

Mar 29
Wednesday 10:15 am
Join us weekly for rhymes, songs, bounces, stories, and a little playtime. For caregivers and babies ages 0 - 18 months.

Early Out @ Central

Mar 29
Wednesday 2:00 pm
Stop by the Children's area at Central Library to explore, play, and have fun after school. Parent/Guardian must be present with child, and supplies may be limited. Groups of 10 or more are welcome but asked to call ahead at 248-6431. This is an unstaffed program where activities are self-led.

STEM: Elephant Toothpaste

Join us for another exciting, hands-on chemistry experiment! We will create a dramatic exothermic reaction (meaning heat is given off) that looks like toothpaste rushing out of a big tube!

Experiments are geared for grades 3-8. Kids in K-2 are welcome if accompanied by an adult to assist. Older teens willing to assist younger kids are most welcome! Groups of 5 or more are asked to email at least 1 day in advance at

Youth Makerspace

A free, family friendly, educational environment where youth can build, design, create, and play with Littlebits, K'NEX, Kithub, LEGO Mindstorms, Minecraft, and more! Today's makers become tomorrow's innovators with STEM based activities. For grades 3-8.

Play, Grow, Learn!

Mar 30
Thursday 10:15 am
Play, Grow, Learn! is an opportunity for you to use the Imagination Station to explore early literacy tips and books, play with others, and develop early literacy skills using Forest Avenue Library's space and toys. This is an unsupervised, drop-in playtime where parents and caregivers are encouraged to interact with their children. Many items will be available for free exploration and play.