Renowned Ohio storyteller and poet, and former Paul Lawrence Dunbar artist-in-residence Omopé Daboiku “tells a people’s story” at this family-friendly program. Join us in the historic front reading rooms for a special evening of storytelling tied to the Telling a People’s Story exhibit. .
Kick off your long weekend with a family-friendly, slightly spooky bonfire! We’ll sing campfire songs, play games, and share stories. Audience participation strongly encouraged. In case of rain prediction >50%, we will hold an adapted campfire inside the Library. Drop-in programs—come for 2 minutes, 20 minutes, or 2 hours. For families with preschool and elementary-age children.
This non-traditional storytime is just right for little guys with the wiggles! Mrs. Mills leads children ages 18-36 months in an energetic playtime before a brief circle time with books, fingerplays, rhymes, and songs. Children above and below the suggested age range are welcome, up to Kindergarten enrollment.
2-3 year olds and their accompanying adults are invited to attend Mrs. Mills’ traditionally-styled storytime. We'll share stories and rhymes, sing songs, make crafts, and build our social skills!