Story Time & Toddler TimeStory Time is for children ages 3-5. Children hear books read to them, sing songs, play games and make a small craft they can take home. Each storytime has a theme.
Toddlertime is for infants through two years old. Parents and children sing songs, do fingerplays and are introduced to picture books. It is a time to sit and interact with your child and become familiar with the library.
Questions about Story Time or Toddlertime? Contact the Children's Librarian, Shannon Kruer.
No StoryTime or ToddlerTime the week of Oct. 20th due to fall break.
|Story Time||Thursdays, 11am||Tuesdays, 11am
|Toddler Time||Thursdays, 10:10am||Tuesdays, 10am
|Family Fun (drop in activities)||1st & 3rd Thursdays, 4-6pm||2nd & 4th Thursdays, 4-6pm|
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 for schedule and registration.
New sessions of Book Besties start Monday, September 8th! This program pairs elementary aged children with teen volunteers for one-on-on reading assistance and literary activities. This is a 6-week program that meets every Monday at 4:30pm in the meeting room of the Main Library. Registration is required. Click here to sign up for programs at the Main Library.
After School Adventures
After School Adventures is for elementary school age children. Each week we will focus on a different adventure, from exploring science fun, to make it and take it crafts, game days, and various other fun filled activities! Please check the online calendar for the current scheduled activities. We meet each Thursday at 4:00 p.m. at the Main Library in La Grange during the regular school year.
Questions about After School Adventures? Contact Melinda, Children's Librarian.
Tip Top Tweens
Join us for some exciting new tween programs here at OCPL. Kids ages 9-11 are invited to join us every third Tuesday, from 6:30 – 7:30 at the Main Library for fun, games, science and more. These fun and innovative programs are the perfect for those who are not quite teenagers, but definitely not kids. See the calendar for monthly activities.
Questions about Tip Top Tweens? Contact Cheri Grinnell, Outreach Assistant.