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1.20.2009

Library Story Times

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They're back. It's time for STORYTIME. Here is the list and overview of Mesa's 3 libraries' storytimes. Remember, these are free and you do not need to register. Go once or every week, it's up to you.

Main Library Storytime
Every Wednesday through March 25th
10:30-11:00 AM

Located in the Youth Activity Room

Overview: Please join us for stories, music and fun, geared for ages 3-5. As a courtesy to our storytellers and audience, no one will be admitted 5 minutes after the program begins.

Main Library Baby Lapsit
Every Thursday, running through March 26th
10:30-11:00 AM

Located in the Youth Activity Room

Overview: Baby Lapsits introduce the rhythm and beauty of language to babies aged birth to 18 months, using rhymes, songs, and simple stories. This program, limited to one child* per grown-up lap, helps enrich the bond between caregiver and child while building the foundation for a lifelong love of books and reading.
*Has anyone with twins tried this? Mine are too old to try it out, but I still say go even if you have multiples.

Dobson Ranch Branch Library Storytime
Every Wednesday, running from January 28th - March 25th
10:30-11:00 AM
Located in the Meeting Room

Red Mountain Branch Library Family Storytime
Thursdays, January 29th - April 2nd
10:30-11:00 AM AND 1:30-2:00 PM

Located in the Program Room

Overview: Come join us for this fun literature-based program of stories, songs and activities. This program is geared toward ages 3-5.

Red Mountain Branch Library Toddlertime
Tuesdays, January 27 - March 31st
10:30-11:00 AM

Located in the Program Room

Overview: Come join us for stories, songs, fingerplays and lots more fun! This program is geared toward ages 18 months–36 months.
Enjoy expanding those young minds.

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1 comment:

Lauren said...

I go to the baby lapsit at the Main branch on Weds and I asked the lady running it if twins were welcome and she said certainly! However, no one with twins has ever showed up! She said she'd love to have them. The restriction on one child per adult is so parents don't bring multiple kids of different ages, it's supposed to be more of like a mommy baby bonding time.