HTFL Kids's blog
With the start of the new school year comes the start of fall programming at the library - we've got something for everyone from Books and Babies to Book Bingo!
Make sure to check out the full schedule on EventKeeper, but here are a few sneak peaks:
- MusicWorks will be with us in storytimes THREE times this fall. Meet Mr. Jerry and a new friend, Ms. Kathleen on Tuesday, September 13, Monday October 17, and Wednesday November 2.
- LEGO Club will be back in full force on Thursdays after school for K-5th graders with Ms. Michelle.
- Creative Corner is back for 4 and 5 year olds at a new time this season. After a long break from afternoon preschooler programs, we're trying this group at 1:30pm on the third Thursday of each month. What do you think?
Can't wait to see you next week!
The Children's Room is excited to presented our newest collection, Playaway View! A View is a self-contained, pre-loaded video player that you can take anywhere. Check one out with your library card for three-weeks and enjoy.
What's a Playaway View?
Includes a head-phone jack and speakers
Pre-loaded content; no internet or downloads needed
Durable and Scratch-Resistant
Made with kids in mind
Each View holds hours of great content, bundling curated content just for you
Simply use the included standard AC Adaptor
2011's Summer Reading program for children birth through those entering 5th grade will begin Monday, June 20th at HTFL. Ms. Anny is visiting Haverford Township schools to let students know what's happening at the library - so you might hear about her visit from our little ones!
Summer is a time to relax and have fun and the Summer Reading program at HTFL is designed to help keep kids reading and visiting the library throughout their vacation!
Watson wasn't the greatest tight rope walker, but boy was he funny!
Don't miss the fun! Clowns from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be joining us for a fun-filled program on Tuesday, February 8th at 10:15am. Come clown around and enjoy stories, jokes, tricks, and lots of fun.
The program will be held in the Community Room in the Lower Level of the library.
This program is free and open the public, no registration is required.