The children's programming schedule varies throughout the year, with the most activity during Summer Reading (June and July). Some programs are held weekly year-round — like Storytime. Others — like STEM Club — might happen just once a month.
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Storytime (Ages 0 to 5 years)
Join us for a lively 60-minute storytime that includes stories, crafts, and games. Storytime is a great way to meet other families in the community who have children that are in the same age group as your own, and is a great way to prepare children for Kindergarten. Hearing books read aloud strengthens literacy, and when the reading is done by someone other than a child's primary caregiver, it helps them learn to sit quietly and pay attention to other adults when they are speaking. While the stories and activities are geared toward toddlers and other preschoolers, children of all ages are welcome.
LEGO® Club (Kindergarten through 4th Grade)
A fun after-school LEGO® building club geared towards elementary grades. Kiddos can practice their STEM skills by completing a different challenge each week. Each project encourages children to improve their problem-solving skills, work with others, and harness the power of their imagination. Come create with us!
Babygarten (0 to 18 Months)
Babygarten is a time for parents and babies (0 to 18 months) to socialize, play, read, and rhyme. There is limited space in this program, so we do ask that you call 817-985-2136 to register.
STEM Club (All Ages)
The whole family is welcome at STEM Club. Each month features a series of stations with experiments, challenges, and hands-on activities that will require you to work together as a team, using creativity and imagination to solve problems as a team.
What is STEM? STEM education is an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in contexts that make connections between school, community, work, and the global enterprise enabling the development of STEM literacy and with it the ability to compete in the new economy.