Youth Programming at Moscow Library
At Moscow Library, we offer a variety of children’s and teen programming. Try visiting us for one of our regular or one-time programs.
Library Babies Lapsit
For ages 0-2.5 years with caregiver. Come share rhymes and songs, board books, and bell and shaker time at this fun bonding opportunity that helps your baby get ready to read.
Library Babies meets at 10:30 am and again at 11:00 am every Tuesday except during holiday weeks.
Storytime incorporates picture books, flannel stories, and wiggle rhymes for a fun experience that gets kids excited about reading. Each storytime follows a theme and includes a craft. While storytime is designed for preschoolers 2 years and up, we welcome all ages with caregiver.
Family storytime begins at 10:30 am on Wednesday and Thursday except during holiday weeks. The guided portion of the program generally lasts 25-30 minutes and is followed by craft time.
Our Lego Club meets at 10:30 am on the first Saturday of the month except in January. Ages 7-18 are invited, but we do offer Duplos and traditional wooden blocks for younger siblings. Lego Club is a free-building experience intended to exercise participants’ creativity as well as enhance their spatial relations and engineering skills, all while having fun, fun, and more fun. Each meeting has a building theme, but participants do not have to build to theme if they’re inspired by another idea. Participants may build alone or in groups. Lego Club isn’t a competition, so there are no winners or losers, just friends with a shared interest. The library provides all building materials. Participants are not allowed to bring their personal Legos unless they intend to donate them to the library.
From early literacy workshops to Family Reading Week to teen movie launches, you can count on Moscow Library to provide fun events for your family. For more information on upcoming special programs, subscribe to our home page using the links in the right sidebar or check out our library’s online events calendar.