No weekly children's programs October 22-30.

Special Events in October

South Kids Book Club
Mondays, 4:15pm at South Oldham Library
Sign up at South Oldham for a weekly discussion of Lisa McMann's Book "Going Wild". This book club is for ages 8 & up.

Mahan Halloween Spooktacular, October 30th, 4-7pm
Drop in at Mahan for spooky crafts, haunting snacks, and a costume parade!

Storytime with Bruce the Bear! October 26th, 11-noon, Main
Come meet Bruce the Bear and enjoy stories and crafts! Sign-up HERE.

Special Events in November

Interactive Oregon Trail: November 9th, 7-9pm, Main
Celebrate International Games Week with a special, after-hours family program at the Main Library! Get your wagon together and sign up to travel the Oregon trail! This interactive adventure based on the classic educational video game is for all ages. Your party will depart at 7 PM and see how far you can make it facing challenges like fording rivers, snakebites, broken axles and more. Click here to register.

Nutcracker Storytime: November 17th, 11am, Main
Join us for a performance by the Gilman School of Dance! Featuring many of the dance scenes from the Nutcracker. Snacks, crafts and dance! Registration opens November 1st. Sign-up HERE.

Book Besties Crazy 8s Kindness Club Make Believe Mondays Maker Mondays
Open Play Saturdays PAWS to Read Pokemon Club Tinker Tuesdays Toddler 2.0

story time and toddler time

  Baby Time Story Time Toddler Time
Main Library 10:30am Thursdays 11am Tuesdays & Fridays 10am Tuesdays & Fridays
Mahan Library   11am Fridays (Family Storytime, all ages)  
South Oldham   10:30am Wednesdays 10:30am Tuesdays

Baby Time Baby Time is a lapsit program designed for babies and their caregiver. Fun with books, music, exercise rhymes, action rhymes, and play!

Toddler Time Toddler Time is for infants through two years old. Fun with books, music, flannel stories, and activities!

Story Time Story Time is for children ages 3 and up! Featuring books, music, art, science, and play!

toddler 2.0

Wednesdays, 10am, Main Library

Drop in the Main Library for Toddler Time with a twist! Each Week will feautre and art, sensory, or STEM play activity!

Open play saturdays

Saturdays, 3-4pm, Main Library

A new drop-in creative play and maker fun program at the Main Library! No registration required, all ages welcome.

make believe mondays

Mondays, 10-11:30am, Main Library

Dramatic drop-in play for preschoolers with big, blue blocks!

Maker Mondays

Mondays, 5-6pm, Main Library

STEM Challenges for ages 10-12 years. Registration is required. Sign up here.

Tinker Tuesdays

Tuesdays, 4:30pm, Main Library

STEM Challenges for ages 6-9 years. Registration is required. Sign up here.

Crazy 8sWednesdays, 4pm, South Oldham Library

Join this math and science enrichment club! Hands-on activities and games to help build math and science skills. This program is for grades K-5th. Registration is required, sign up here.

Book Besties

Thursdays, 4:30-5:15pm, Main Library

Young readers, ages 4-8, are matched with a teen volunteer as their reading mentor. Snacks, books, and cozy spaces provided! Registration is required. Sign up here.

Pokemon Club

October 17th, 4pm, Main Library

Pokemon themed activities for children ages 8-12. Registration is required, sign up here.

Kindness Club

October 10th, 4pm, Main

"Choose Kind" at this service club for elementary age children! Kids will work on a different project each month to spread kindness to the community. Registration required, sign up here.

Paws to Read

Paws to Read

The Paws to Read program is designed to allow kids the chance to read to a non-judgmental listener. Often times they could be struggling or reluctant readers. Each session is 15 minutes of one on one time with a therapy dog. Click here to register, or visit the calendar.

Click here to register for PAWS to Read at Mahan Library in Goshen!

Please note: Library policy states that children under 12 years of age may not be left unattended at the library. This includes programs. We strive to provide a safe and fun environment for all our patrons and appreciate the support of the community in helping sustain this.