The Michele Arnhold Children’s Library offers a variety of storytimes for children of all ages!
Storytime for children, from infancy through grade school, has been a tradition at most public libraries for many years. And the imaginations of countless children have been captured through these library storytimes!
In today’s highly technological world, librarians continue this tradition of helping to stimulate learning and a love for reading by developing an early appreciation of literature. Here at the Bethel Public Library, we invite you to bring your children to one of the many storytimes we offer!
**For infants 10-24 months:
Mother Goose Storytimes meet Thursdays, 10:30-11:00 am in five-week sessions. The program includes rhymes, stories, music, and movement, for babies and parents together. Registration is required.
**For 2 year olds:
Terrific Twos meet Fridays, 10:30-11:00 am in five-week sessions. The program includes stories, songs, finger plays, simple crafts, and short book-themed movies for toddlers and parents together. Registration is not required.
**For 3 to 5 year olds:
Pre-School Storytimes meet Wednesdays, 10:30-11:00 am in seven-week sessions. The program includes stories, songs, finger plays, simple crafts, and short book-themed movies for pre-schoolers who are able to sit without a parent. Registration is not required.
**For 3 to 8 year olds:
PJ Storytimes meet one Monday each month, 6:30-7:00 pm. Kids may come in their PJs and may bring along their favorite stuffed toy to enjoy a program of stories and crafts or a book-themed movie with other children. Registration is not required.
Family Storytimes meet one Saturday each month, 10:30-11:00 am. Children, parents, and siblings come together for stories and crafts or a book-themed movie. Registration is not required.
We encourage you to visit the Children’s Services Desk for details and to register. For more information about these and other programs and services offered by the Children’s Library, simply CLICK HERE !