The Growing Learner’s Library provides programs to engage children and families in learning in the earliest years of life. The Growing Learner’s Library creates opportunities for intellectual, educational, and socio-emotional growth in welcoming, engaging, developmentally appropriate, and fun programs.
The Growing Learner’s Library offers single-session programs, multi-session programs, and ongoing activities facilitated by knowledgeable staff. Programs cover a wide-range of topics including literacy, arts, civics, culture, finance, science and more.
To learn more about The Growing Learner’s Library programs, refer to our Spring 2018 Program Booklet (PDF, 12 pages, 1.4MB).
The Growing Learner’s Library is open to all children and families. It represents an expansion of the Library’s existing high-quality public programs. All programs are free of charge; however, donations are accepted to support The Growing Learner’s Library.
Registration for each session opens at 10:00 am on the registration date indicated and closes 24 hours before the start of each program unless otherwise noted. Contact the Youth Services Department at 243-4642, ext. 2231 to register. Not all programs require registration, see individual descriptions for details.