Shoreline Library: Programs for Children and Families during September

Sunday, September 1, 2019

Shoreline Library
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Shoreline Library
September 2019
Children and Families

All events are free and open to the public. None require registration.

Evening Pajamarama Family Story Time 
Monday, September 9, 16, 23 and 30, 6:45pm
Ages 3 to 6 with adult, families welcome.
Enjoy stories, rhymes, songs and surprises especially for preschoolers and their families. Each week, end Story Time with a simple craft or other fun activity. Jammies and teddy bears welcome!

Toddler Time
Tuesday, September 10, 17 and 24, 10am
Ages 2 to 3 with adult.
Enjoy interactive rhymes, songs, and short stories, just right for busy toddlers! We will begin with hand stamps, and Story Time will start promptly at 10:05am. Social time with books, blocks and more follows.

Infant and Young Toddler Time
Tuesday, September 10, 17 and 24, 11am
Newborn to 24 months with adult.
Bring your babies and bounce along to fun rhymes, familiar songs, and a story or two in this short program. It is never too early to start your child on the road to reading! Stay afterward for a social playtime with other families.

Preschool Story Time
Wednesday, September 11, 18 and 25, 10:30am
Ages 3 to 6 with adult, siblings welcome.
Books, rhymes, stories and songs just for preschoolers! Each week we will celebrate a different letter of the alphabet. This is a great way to get your child ready to read!

¡Únanse al Club del Libro Familiar en Español! / Join the Family Book Club in Spanish!
Wednesday, September 11, 4:30pm
Un programa de lectura en español para niños entre 5 y 10 años acompañados de sus familias. Aprende a través de discusión y actividades divertidas. Analiza historias, enriquece tu vocabulario y desarrolla el pensamiento crítico y las habilidades de comprensión en español.

Join the Family Book Club in Spanish!  A reading program in Spanish for children ages 5 to 10 accompanied by their families. Learn through discussion and fun activities. Analyze stories, learn new vocabulary and develop critical thinking and comprehension skills in Spanish. 
Second Wednesday of each month/Segundo miércoles del mes
September/Septiembre 11 El día que los crayones renunciaron por Oliver Jeffers
October /Octubre 9 Tito Puente, Rey del Mambo por Monica Brown
Novembe /Noviembre 13  Kiki Koki la leyenda encantada del Coquí por Ed Rodríguez

Musical Trip Around the World!
Saturday, September 14, 11am
Presented by Miho and Diego.
Ages 5 and older.
Learn songs from Latin America and Japan! Discover some rare instruments from other countries and play along by clapping and stamping out rhythms.
This program is presented in honor of Welcoming Week 2019.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Shoreline Library and 4Culture.

Baby Story Time
Wednesday, September 25, 12pm
Newborn to approximately 12 months.
Bring your young babies (prewalkers!) for rhymes, songs and baby fun. Social and playtime follows.

Chess Club for Kids and Teens
Wednesday, September 25, 3-4:30pm
Ages 6 and older, tweens and teens.
Join the club! Play chess, learn chess, or teach chess to others. Drop in to enjoy a casual and fun atmosphere with snacks provided. All skill levels are welcome! We will have chessboards and teen volunteers able to teach those who want to learn.
Snacks provided courtesy of the Friends of the Shoreline Library.

Spanish Story Time/Cuentos En Español Para Niños
Thursday, September 26, 11am
Ages 3 to 6 and families.
Stories, songs and activities in Spanish! For children who speak Spanish and those interested in the language.
Viernes, 2, 9 y 23 de agosto, 11am
Para niños de 3 a 6 años de edad con sus familias y/ o cuidadores.
Este es un programa de 30 minutos de cuentos y canciones en español. Este programa es para niños que hablen español y aquellos interesados en el idioma.

Chinese Story Time/中国故事
Friday, September 27, 1pm
Presented by Hua Zhang.
Family program, all ages welcome.
Enjoy stories, culture and activities in Mandarin Chinese. For children who speak Chinese and those interested in the language!


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