Please note: These library programs are held in the lower level of the library and require the ability to traverse 15 steps. There is no elevator access to the lower level. Click here for current story time themes (pages 3 and 4 of the Bookworm Digest).
Reading, crafts, puppets, music and more. Who knows where next week’s adventures may take us?
Large groups and families welcome. Registration is not required.
Tuesdays @ 3:30 p.m.
Join our interactive after school story program that joins reading, movement, hands-on learning and creativity to bring books to life. there will be snacks. The program is geared for grades K-4 and will meet after school on Tuesdays. All children ages 5-10 are welcome. Mast Way students may take the bus to the library. Register here or by calling 659-2626.
2nd Thursday of the month
This monthly book club will talk about a new member-selected group read over pizza each time we meet. Books may alternate between regular books and graphic novels. The group is facilitated by Inga, the Youth Services librarian but will be largely group-led. Register here or by calling 659-2626. Program is currently on hold. Will resume in the fall.
has been cancelled until further notice.
Come enjoy some relaxing stories, songs and snuggles before bed. Designed for ages up to 5. Older siblings welcome.
Open to ages 3+
Back by popular demand! Drop in to build with the libray’s large Lego collection. Mast Way students must check with the school about available bus to ride.
This is a new library program that encourages Lee families to read 1000 books with their young children before they enter kindergarten. It’s easy – just register and keep track of how many books you’ve read on a reading log. We’ll help you celebrate the first 100 books milestone with the gift of a canvas book bag. And at each 100 books mark, you’ll get a 100 books sticker. Reach 1000 and you’ll receive a copy of Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten! Registration and participation is ongoing. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Lee Public Library.