Oregon Public Library offers weekly early literacy storytimes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Storytime is a great place to build early literacy skills through fun short stories, puppets, songs, activities, and crafts.
Information about literacy and other parenting topics can be found on the Parent's Resource Page.
Fall Sessions ends on December 13.
No registration is required for programs.
All Ages Storytimes
For ages 2-5 but all children are welcome.
For ages 0-18 months. Enjoy 15 minutes of songs and stories and 15 minutes of play and social time.
For ages 18-36 but all children are welcome.
Members of the High School Drama Club join Kelly present to an evening of bedtime stories, songs, and activities. Wear pajamas. First Tuesday of the month.
Area therapists offer stories and activities to build speech and motor skills in toddlers and preschoolers.
Dads & Donuts
The storytime is for Dads and children under 6 but everyone is welcome. Join us for stories and songs followed by donuts and juice for kids and coffee for adults. The theme is Spanish stories. The storytime is in English with a sprinkle of Spanish.
The whole family is welcome to join us for a puppet play along with short stories, songs, and activities. This is a monthly Monday evening storytime, 6:30-7:00 pm. No registration for this program.
November 25 at 6:30 pm
November 26 at 10:00 am
December 16 at 6:30 pm
December 17 at 10:00 am
- Speakaboos Listen to online children’s stories such as Arthur, Curious George and other classic stories. Foreign language stories and multicultural stories are forthcoming. A feature to record your own story is available.
- Storyline Enjoy a selection of stories read online by members of the Screen Actors Guild. Files are available for Windows Media, Real Player or Quicktime formats.