Feb. 28 10am
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- Published: 23 January 2015 23 January 2015
The Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library is there for children and families with a variety of age-appropriate activities offered throughout every week.
And library staff has added and adjusted to its regular schedule in an attempt to better accommodate the community. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to check the library Events Calendar to make sure about exact program dates. And before and after any of the programs, families can enjoy the children’s department of the library and find a book from the Pioneer Library System’s extensive collection of materials for all ages.
The schedule for children’s activities features:
Mondays at 10 and 11 a.m. – Children’s Story Time and Craft, for ages 2 to 5.
Thursdays at 10 and 11 a.m. – Baby Story Time, for up to age 2
Every second Tuesday at 2 p.m. – Afternoon Story Time, a new offering for all ages for parents not able to make the morning times
Every third Monday at 6 p.m., Good Night StoryTime, another new program for all ages geared to working parents. Children can come in their pajamas to sing and read stories.
Every first Friday at 10 a.m., Sensory Story Time, for ages 2 to 6 who have trouble with big crowds, are on the autism spectrum or are sensitive to sensory overload. It feature songs, stores, bubble time and special sensory activities.
For more information on any of the programs and services at the library, call 979-2200.