Nanny Rosebud will read some story books and tell a story too! There will be interactive stories and a simple craft geared for young children.
Nanny Rosebud's Story Time Schedule:
Meeting in the Whimsy Corner
10:30 AM on the 2ND AND 4TH Wednesdays
March 8th & 22nd
April 12th & 26th
May 10th & 24th
NEXT MEETING: March 9th
Meeting on the Second Thursday afternoon of each month, at 3:30 PM
SIGN-UP IS REQUIRED
FOR THIS PROGRAM
Sm-Ar-Ti-Es is a science club where children learn about a specific topic by reading a short picture book together, then doing group projects or crafts related to the topic. This program encourages children to explore and experiment with science.
While Rylee is away, her Reading Boys and Girls are invited to follow her Blog on our website and correspond with her by postcards. Please ask at the Circulation Desk for details. Rylee’s Mom, Kim, will read each postcard to Rylee and respond. Rylee will return in the Spring.
Click the button below to go to Rylee's page for more info.
In lieu of specific library passes, Gilman Library cardholders may visit any museum or educational attraction of choice and return with a receipt within thirty days, to request a reimbursement of up to $20 per visit, up to three times per calendar year.
1. Limited to library card holders in good standing.
2. Patrons must submit stubs or receipts to have a reimbursement check issued for up to $20.00 per family per visit with a limit of $60.00 per year.
3. Receipts must be submitted within 1 month of the visit.
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We also offer:
Contests & Raffles
eBooks for Children
Flume and Isinglass Awards
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