READ and PLAY with your favorite baby or toddler! Reading, singing, talking and playing with your baby from the beginning is important because the roots of language are developing in a baby’s brain even before they can talk! Library programs are always free. Siblings and childcare groups are welcome.
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10:30am to 11:30am
Multi-age Storytime (ages 5 and under)
READ and PLAY together with children under age 5! Engaging with books, songs and playful experiences all help children develop communication skills, patience, empathy, and pre-reading skills and helps to build a lifelong love of reading. Library programs are always free. Siblings and childcare groups are welcome.
Youth Program Room
10:30am to 11:15am
READ and PLAY with your favorite baby, ages birth to 17 months! Reading, singing, talking, and playing with your baby from the beginning is important because the roots of language are developing in a baby’s brain even before they can talk! Library programs are always free. Siblings and childcare groups are welcome.
Community Room - Fireplace Side
3:00pm to 4:30pm
All-ages knitting circle
Drop-in knitting. All experience levels welcome. Children under 9 must be accompanied by an adult for duration of program. Yarn and Needles provided for in-library use.
*In Meadowridge Library
3:30pm to 4:30pm
LEGO Club at Pinney
It's time for LEGO Club! Join us the 2nd Wednesday of each month (Dec 14, Jan 11, Feb 8, Mar 8, Apr 12, May 10), for ages 5 to 12. Leave your own LEGOs at home - we've got plenty to share!
Youth Program Room
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Anime Club: Blue Lock
Love anime, or been wanting to get into it? Join us Wednesday evenings in January for Meadowridge Library Anime Club's Mainstream Month to watch and talk about some of the most popular contemporary anime!
This week, we will be watching Blue Lock. Japan’s desire for World Cup glory leads the Japanese Football Association to launch a new rigorous training program to find the national team’s next striker. Three hundred high school players are pitted against each other for the position, but only one will come out on top. Who among them will be the striker to usher in a new era of Japanese soccer?
This anime is appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Community Room B