All programs are free unless otherwise noted!
Don't be late for this very fun date...
Stories, games and treats (like bubble gum tea;-)
Smithers Public Library's
Spring bonnets, top hats, fedoras or toques
Wear a fantastical hat of your own design, make do with your old ball cap
Pick up a pattern at the Library ahead of time to make your own fascinator
(In fact, we will post a fascinator pattern here soon)
or find one here:
Costumes are welcome too - you may be taking tea with the Queen of Hearts or the Mad Hatter himself!
Friday, April 11th
9:45 to 11:00 am
Ages 7 and up
or 3 to 5 year olds
Wednesdays 10:00 to 11:00 am
March 26 to April 23rd
Introduce your child to the world of books and the library with this one hour program of stories, rhymes and songs.
Parents are welcome to stay or pick their children up at the end of the hour.
Pre-registration is required for this program
Call the Library for information or to register
Mother Goose returns in the fall.
for infants and toddlers from newborn to 3 years
with their parents or caregiver
Newborn to 18 months:
Tuesdays 10 to 11 am
18 to 36 months:
Thursdays 10 to 11 am
Mother Goose programs encourage bonding and teach early childhood
literacy skills to young children and their
caregivers through songs, rhymes and other literacy learning activities.
Verbal interaction and play in the form of songs,
stories, lap plays and finger plays is a great precursor to literacy in
children. It also provides a welcoming social time for both young children and the adults caring for them
and IT'S FUN!
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We had an extra special visitor at Story Time today!
March 12th 2014
The next generation of budding readers gets their start at Mother Goose...
Making magic boxes with Elke after reading The Boy Without a Name by Idries Shah
with Joanne Nugent