Find stories, fun, learning at Toddler Story Time

The Tecumseh Public Library welcomes the community to its Toddler Time story time at 11 a.m. Thursdays in February, on Feb. 5, 12, 19 and 26.

Registration is not required to attend and each program is geared to toddlers and their caregivers and includes an hour of stories, fingerplays, songs, playtime and more. Caregivers also will learn literacy tips they can take home to help their youngster get ready to read.


Learn the art of paper clay sculpting

Paper clay projectThe Tecumseh Public Library is growing some young sculptors at its Paper Clay Sculpting workshop, an afterschool event at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10.

Space and supplies will be limited, so registration is required in advance. Class size will be limited to 20 participants from age 5 to 11, and children under 11 must be accompanied by an adult, per library policy.

Children’s Librarian Sue Alexander will demonstrate how to make paper clay before each participant gets to make and paint a sculpture to take home as decoration or gift.

For more information, visit the library or call 598-5955. 

Tecumseh’s weekly Toddler Story Time resume in January

The Tecumseh Public Library brings back its deeply missed Toddler Time story time for its next get-togethers at 11 a.m. on Thursdays on Jan. 8, 15, 22, and 29.

Each program is geared to toddlers and their caregivers, and includes a full hour of stories, fingerplays, songs, playtime, and more! Caregivers also will learn wonderful literacy tips they can take home to help their youngsters get ready to read.

For more valuable information, visit the library or call 598-5955. 

Teens can give back through wreath craft

Dandelion WreathThe Tecumseh Public Library invites local teens to “give back” in a Spring Wreath craft program that will benefit the community. The afterschool event starts at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4, at the library.

The library will provide supplies to make a pair of decorative spring wreaths, but space and supplies are limited so registration is required in advance.

And the giving part begins after the project is completed. Each participant will make one to give to a local nursing home resident for their door, while the other can be taken home as a decoration.