Storytimes for Kids
Mother Goose Storytime-Full
9:45a & 10:30a
Join Miss Jenn for the award winning Mother Goose on the Loose program designed for children from birth to age three and their caregivers. This fun-filled thirty to forty minute interactive session uses rhymes, songs, puppets, musical instruments, and more to stimulate the learning process of babies and toddlers.
Registration is now closed, thank you for your interest.
Community Rooms (upstairs)
Join Miss Jana, a certified yoga instructor, for stories and yoga. She will focus on breathing techniques, yoga postures, stories, and songs while promoting relaxation. No materials required.
Registration is now closed.
Birth to 18 months
Join Miss Jenn and friends for stories, songs, rhymes, and fun. Babies experience the sounds and structure of language through rhythm, rhyme and repetition. This storytime will help your child with pre-reading skills and reinforce the bond you share together.
Wednesdays, 10:30-11a, 2/6-4/24
Fridays, 11-11:30a, 2/8-4/26
Ages 18 months to 3 years
Join Miss Caroline for stories, rhymes, crafts, and fingerplays to inspire your child. Each week your child will develop a variety of skills as they join in the fun.
Children ages 3-5 will hear stories, rhymes, and sing along as they develop their pre-reading skills. Each week will feature a different theme and craft. Keep an eye out for weeks with special guests!
1/19, 2/23, 3/16
Join some of your favorite book characters in an interactive storytime! Each month features a new friend!
January 19 – Super Hero Friends
February 23 – Friends Under the Sea
March – Friends on the Farm
This storytime is designed for children with sensory integration difficulties, but is open and welcoming to all!
Online registration encouraged.
Upper Dublin Public Library is a Family Place Library. Building Strong Communities through
Early Childhood Development, Parent Education & Family Support
The mission of Family Place Libraries™ is to increase the capacity of libraries throughout the nation to recognize and realize their full potential as community hubs for healthy child and family development, parent and community involvement and lifelong learning beginning at birth.