Storytime Adventures is an opportunity for children to learn and explore through stories,crafts, movement, and more. Storytime Adventures is designed for our littlest patrons, generally ages 2-5, to help them develop the confidence and learning skills they need as they prepare for school. Call 920-779-4279 to sign up!
Join Storytime Adventures on Friday August 18th at 10:15am to prepare for the solar eclipse with an astronomer! We’ll learn what an eclipse is, what it’s like when it happens, and how to safely view the eclipse from an expert.
The library will be hosting Special Memories Zoo of Greenville, who will be bringing some of their portable animals to visit on the Saturday of Easter weekend! Come meet some cool critters, learn about the zoo and the animals that live there, and have fun!
You’re invited to an out of this world adventure during Spring Break: Character Storytime at the library! On Monday March 27th, the library will host a storytime program featuring some special guests from a galaxy far far away. Come hear the story, meet our guests, and enjoy some wonderful baked goods for sale! Call the library to reserve your seats.
Proceeds from this program will benefit the Hortonville High School Forensics Team in support of their trip to Nationals in Washington DC next year.
Wednesday at 10:30 am ~ from January 18th - May 17th
Rhythm, Rhymes, and Read features: stories, songs, movement, and more!
Rhythm, Rhymes, and Read is designed to meet the developmental and early literacy needs of children who are building their vocabularies, learning about the world around them, and meeting new friends, generally ages 2-3. Call 920-779-4279 to register.
Fridays at 10:15 am ~ from January 13th - May 12th
Storytime Adventures is an opportunity for children to learn and explore through stories, games, experiments, and more. For January we will have a winter theme which will include talking about what makes snow.
Storytime Adventures is designed for children getting ready for school or who have recently started school, generally ages 3-5