The Kent Free Library’s 13-week Winter Story Time Session begins Wednesday, January 2. Nine different story times will be offered for babies, preschoolers, and toddlers, and several story times are geared for all ages. New this winter is a monthly Sunday Family Story Time for children of all ages with a favorite adult, starting Sunday, January 27 at 2 pm.
Story Times are led by professional librarians, all of whom have been trained in early childhood literacy.
No pre-registration is necessary for Story Times; arrive a few minutes early to pick up a “boarding pass.” Some sessions have limited space.
Additional programs, including puzzles, crafts, cooking, building and STEAM focused programs, Pokémon clubs, reading clubs, and themed parties are offered through the week for children, tweens, and teens.
View the schedule and descriptions of these and other programs or stop by the children’s room or the Benedik Teen Area for a flier. For more information, call Youth Services at 330.673.4414.
The Kent Free Library serves the residents of the Kent City School District and the surrounding area by providing educational and entertainment materials, interesting programs for children, teens, and adults, and a comfortable space for studying, relaxing, or meeting.