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Storytimes            

                        

Library story times are an introduction to the wonderful world of books and reading! We hope you continue the fun at home by reading together, telling stories, singing songs! Use what you learn in story time to make "story time" at home a fun & special time! And don't forget to make checking out books a part of your library experience!

Parents/adult caregivers are required to attend programs with their children.  If special accommodations are needed to attend any Portage Public Library Youth Services programs, please call 742-4959 ext. 211 two weeks in advance.

 

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storytime

 

Registration for youth programs is ongoing.  You can register anytime by clicking on the link below, calling 742-4959 ext. 211, or stopping at the Youth desk. 

To register online for youth program click on the picture below.storytime

 

Fall Story Time

Registration begins Tuesday, September 2, 2014 @ 9:00 am for all youth programming, and continues through October.

Story Times

Tuesday:  9:30 or 10:30 am

Wednesday:  10:00 am ONLY

 

September 23/24

"Nursery Rhymes"

mother goose

 

September 30/October 1

"Mo Willems Day!"

mo willems

October 7/8

"Mouse in the House"

mouse

 

October 14/15

"Really Rhino"

rhino

 

October 21/22

"Trashy Town"

trashy town

October 28/29

Preschool Halloween Party

10:00 am

 

  halloween

 

Pre-K Klub

September 26:  Magnet Fun! @ 9:30-10:15 am

For preschoolers in a pre-kindergarten program

Pre-K Klub is geared toward area preschoolers currently enrolled in a Portage school district pre-kindergarten program (Head Start, The Little School, Alphabet Express, St. John's/St. Mary's) and homeschoolers but who do not attend weekly preschool story times at the library. Klub meets once a month and includes Mrs. Foster reading a classic children's picture book and then using "STEM" (science, technology, engineering, math) principles to further the lesson. Kids have a lot of "hands-on" fun with experiments, math concepts, and more.

 

              preschool science

 

Toddler Time

October 3, 10, 17

10:00 am

 

toddler time story time

 

star wars reads day III

               Costume Contest for Adults & Kids

 

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