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Youth Services: Infant - Grade 8
Your Library plays a very important and active role in encouraging and developing an interest in lifelong literacy and learning. The goal of Youth Services is to serve the child, infant-age 5; student, grades K-8; and adult by providing and maintaining a collection of materials, offering assistance in readers services, retrieving information, and presenting programs to stimulate reading.
Upcoming Events for Kids
This program encourages the adult to participate with the child by serving as a role model, leading the child's hands through a fingerplay's motion, or showing him/her how to bend and stretch. Grandparents may register their grandchildren using the grandparent's St. Charles Library card. Please contact the ASK ME desk in person or by phone 630-584-9390.
This story time will inform, delight and stimulate on a higher level the listening and motor skills of a more mature pre-K child, as well as engage and enrich students in half-day kindergarten. Grandparents may register grandchildren, using the grandparent's St. Charles library card. Please register grandchildren in person at the ASK ME desk, or by telephone, 630-584-9390.
Come for a story and a visit with your favorite costumed book character. Bring your camera. Presented in partnership with Barnes & Noble of Geneva.
Watch a recent release on the big screen. Movie title choices to be posted at the ASK ME Desk. Pizza provided by Gino's East, lemonade & popcorn will be served. PLEASE INDICATE PIZZA CHOICE IN NOTES BOX: Cheese, Sausage or Pepperoni.Registration closes on Thursday at 9PM the day before the movie.
Natasha Lewis from Esther’s Place, a fiber arts studio, will demonstrate the creative process of wool, fibers and felting, one of the oldest forms of material. Students will learn about our woolly heritage and create a wet felted flower using wool grown in Illinois. Adults may attend.