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Upcoming Programs and Events

Supervision of Children Policy

The library is a public place, and as such, cannot be responsible for unattended children. For their safety and protection:
 
Children under the age of seven must be accompanied and adequately supervised by an adult throughout the building. Children 7-11 years of age must have an adult in the building.
 


Toddlers (2 year olds) meet on Tuesdays at 11 am.
Preschoolers  (3-5 year olds) meet on Wednesdays at 11 am.

No registration required for storytimes.

Preschool
& Toddler Storytimes:

May 9th and 10th: I love mom
May 16th and 17th: Outerspace
My 23rd and 24th: Just Ducky
May 30th and 31st: Hot and Cold
June 6th and 7th: June Tunes
June 13th and 14th: Bathtime

Preschool and Toddler storytimes each include an age appropriate book as well as music and movement activities. Both storytimes end with a craft to encourage artistic expression and support fine motor skills.

BABY STORYTIMES
Thursdays at 10:15 am
May 11th through June 15th


 Baby storytime includes a short book, as well as lap bounces and movement activities. After storytime there is an opportunity for play time with toys provided by the library.
 

SCHOOL AGE EVENTS

AMERICAN GIRL CLUB
May 18th at 5 pm
Meet Tenney
We will enjoy snacks and games as we learn about the newest modern American Girl character, Tenney Grant.

(Registration required; open to kids in grades 3 to 6)


ATLAS:
DIY Spa Day: May 17th at 5 pm
(Registration required; open to kids in 3rd-6th grade)


KIDDING AROUND: 
Mother's Day Crafts: May 10th at 5 pm
(Registration required; open to kids in K - 2nd grade)


LEGO CLUB



May 11th at 5 pm
Library supplies the Legos
(Open to kids in K - 6th grades; no registration required)

 


MacDonald Public Library's
 BOOK RECOMMENDATION SERVICE

BEANSTACK


 

Check out Miss Kelly's Storytime & Library Programming Blogs:
These blogs are intended to be a resource for parents. Miss Kelly hopes that by sharing literacy promoting activities that take place at storytime as well as information about what's new and exciting at the library with parents and their children, this will encourage the continuation of these activities at home.
 

The Anchor Bay School District offers students the opportunity to participate in the Accelerated Reading Program.

Here are links to the area school accelerated reading lists for your convenience:
Ashley
Lighthouse