The good news is that Storytime returns next week, starting Tuesday, April 16. Storytime is currently on break as our Youth Services staff is getting everything ready for the Summer Reading Program (starts June 10!).
The new news is that our Monday evening Spanish Storytime will change formats – kids will make a different puppet each week, then use their puppet to help tell a story in Spanish. This is a bilingual program for Spanish and English speakers, as well as learners of either language.
For more information, contact the Youth Services Librarian Steven Engelfried at 503-570-1592 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grrr! It’s Monster Week at Storytime.
If you aren’t, why not?
Storytime is live local theater – for free! Enjoy thirty minutes of fun with stories, songs, and the comedic antics of our fabulous Youth Services staff. Experience amazing picture books brought to life, then check out those books to take home!
Can’t find the time? There are four (4!) Storytime sessions each week (Tuesday night, Wednesday morning and afternoon, Thursday afternoon). None of those a fit for you? Then try our Spanish Storytime (it’s bilingual, don’t worry) on Monday nights.
Want to know more? Ask our Youth Services Librarian Extraordinaire (yes, that is his full title) Steven Engelfried at 503-570-1592 or email@example.com.