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The Bosler Memorial Library will open at 12:00 PM on April 23, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

Preschool Programs @ Bosler

Bosler Library presents a variety of storytime programs every week for ages 24-hours to kindergarten. Our mission is to present language and reading experiences from an early age, through the use of music, rhymes, games, crafts, and other learning experiences, as well as books.

 

Parental participation is required at all programs unless otherwise noted. After all, reading and learning are enhanced when they become a family experience.

 

 

Storytime brochure with descriptions and schedule (PDF, 2 pages)

 

See all story times on our calendar.

 

What should my child and I expect at these programs?

 

When you and your child participate in these programs you can expect a warm and welcoming experience. Your child will be participating in a high-quality early learning program that is based on the best practices in early learning. You as a parent will learn practical and fun ways to extend learning beyond the program into your daily life. Most of all, you and your child will have fun learning.

 

How do I prepare my child for programs?

 

So that programs are equally beneficial to all children in attendance, we ask parents to talk with their children beforehand about appropriate and polite behavior. It might also be a good idea to arrive at the library a few moments early to help your child settle in, taking care of restroom concerns before the program begins.

 

Holidays and Closings

 

There are no programs held during the following holiday weeks: New Year's, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. There are also no programs held the first full week of June, as we begin our annual Summer Reading Club.

 

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February 25, 2014

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