Story Hour

Story Hour is for parent or caregiver and children ages 2-6.  Enjoy books, rhymes, play, and a simple art project. Registration is required by calling or visiting the library at 740.282.9782 Early Literacy Tip– Parents and caregivers are a child’s first and best teacher.  Try some early math activities: point out shapes on your child’s

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Book Club

Make new friends and share your opinion in a discussion by joining the library’s book club.  Call 740.546.3782.

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Tot Time

Tot Time is for parent or caregiver with children ages two to four.  This interactive program lasts approximately 45 minutes and offers stories, songs, finger plays, rhymes, an introduction to the alphabet, a simple craft, and play. Registration is not required. Did You Know? Singing develops language skills. It slows down language so children can hear

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Tot Time

Tot Time is for parent or caregiver with children ages two to four.  This interactive program lasts approximately 45 minutes and offers stories, songs, finger plays, rhymes, an introduction to the alphabet, a simple craft, and play. Registration is not required. Did You Know? Singing develops language skills. It slows down language so children can hear

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Book Club

Join our book club for fellowship and engaging conversation.  Call 740.769.2090 to join.

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Tot Time

Tot Time is for parent or caregiver with children ages two to four.  This interactive program lasts approximately 45 minutes and offers stories, songs, finger plays, rhymes, an introduction to the alphabet, a simple craft, and play. Registration is not required. Did You Know? Singing develops language skills. It slows down language so children can hear

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Craft Day

Wear your painting clothes!  We’ll use  celery as a stamp to make a Rainbow Fish.

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Tot Time

Tot Time is for parent or caregiver with children ages two to four.  This interactive program lasts approximately 45 minutes and offers stories, songs, finger plays, rhymes, an introduction to the alphabet, a simple craft, and play. Registration is not required. Did You Know? Singing develops language skills. It slows down language so children can hear

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