Programs for Children
ALL PROGRAMS AND STORYTIMES ARE CURRENTLY BEING HELD OUTSIDE
Calendar of Events - check all of the events, dates and times at the library.
Request an At-Home Storytime Kit to check out and read at home. https://tinyurl.com/storytimekit
Public storytimes are presented for parents and caregivers/babysitters accompanying their own children.
Outdoor storytime is held on Wednesdays 9:30am at Southern Woods Park. We are located in the grassy area across the street from the playground.
Use this link to sign up for weekly reminders: https://tinyurl.com/SPLoutside
Bike Rodeo (Saturday, September 25 from 1-3pm @ Library Courtyard)
Swing by the library from 1-3pm on Saturday Sept 25th to participate in a Bike Rodeo. Best for elementary-age children. Each participant will need a signed waiver and should bring their own bike and helmet. Riders will have a chance to practice bike handling skills on a practice course and get their bike and helmet checked for adjustments.
Sign up to get a reminder email: https://tinyurl.com/SPLbike2021
Prefill out waiver: Form
Little Read: Blackout by John Rocco
Get details about the Big Read/Little Read series- http://library.stillwater.org/nea_big_read_stillwater.php
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten (aka 1KB4K) is a year-round program designed to encourage families to have read at least a thousand books to their child before they enter kindergarten. Visit 1KB4K for more details.
Summer Reading Program
The library's summer reading program is one of the largest in the state and runs from mid-May through July. It includes a reading program, incentives for achieving reading goals, weekly performances by fun entertainers, weekly family films and chances to win end of summer grand prizes. For more information about the summer reading program, visit "Summer @ the Library."
Winter Reading Program
The library annually holds a winter reading program for all ages and starts in December (start and end dates vary). For more information about the winter reading program, visit "Winter Reading Program."