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 Fall 2018 Program Booklet (PDF, 8 pages, 0.97MB).
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.