BALDWIN—The Baldwin Library’s school-year Storytime resumes on Tuesday Sept. 10th and Friday Sept. 13th. We love to have kids spending time at our library! We hold Storytime sessions for ages birth through age 5 or until they start attending school. Research shows how important the first few years are in building children’s reading readiness, affecting their future success in school, work, and life.

Classes are at different times depending on the child’s age. The pre-school classes are for children ages 3-5, involving stories, songs, crafts, etc. for about 30 minutes (without parents in the room). The sessions are offered at 10:00am on Tuesdays. Younger children can attend the Lap-sit Class at 10:00am (for up through age 2 years, with adult attending). The Lap-sit program lasts for about 20 minutes, and is designed to introduce infants and toddlers to the wonders of books and the library.

Music & Movement Storytime is on Fridays, and involves more songs, marching and dancing, and learning simple musical instruments in addition to a couple stories.

Miss Molly invites you to strengthen your child’s early literacy skills, and have fun! Registration is not required, just come when you can. The library, at 400 Cedar St. in the municipal building, is an accessible building. Call 684-3813 for more info or see the website under Programs (baldwinlibrary.org). See you soon!

Upcoming dates

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Schedules

  • Starting Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019, repeats every week on Tuesday until Tuesday, May 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am

Venue

Baldwin Library

Municipal Building, 400 Cedar St.
Baldwin, WI

Contact

Baldwin Library

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