We’re here for you in the cold months of winter

Norman Central programLooking for great reads and ways to enjoy the winter months? Norman Public Library Central has you covered with the Pioneer Library System’s collection of more than 675,000 books, magazines, DVDs and downloadable items.

Materials can be transferred between PLS libraries within a matter of days and be in readers’ hands for a nice evening in from the cold with a captivating read.

The library also will begin the New Year with an array of program options for various ages and featuring many topics.

Especially popular are the library’s weekly activities for children, which resume in January after a break for the holidays. The schedule includes:

Mondays – At 10 a.m. is Story Time, geared to ages 2 to 5 with stories, music and fun;

Wednesdays – Families with babies ages 24 months and younger are invited to Baby Story Time at 10 a.m. Then later in the day, our After School Special at 3:30 p.m. features activities for children in kindergarten, first grade and second grade;

Thursdays – At 4 p.m., STEAM Tweens takes a look into technology and more for ages 8 to 12. And at 6 p.m., the Library Music Connection is a story time for young music lovers ages 3 to 7;

Fridays – Rhythm Babies, at 10 a.m., is a music-based story time for children age 24 months and younger and their caregivers;

Saturdays – At 11 a.m. is a weekend version of the library’s Story Time, with activities geared to ages 2 to 5;

These events are offered most days indicated that the library is open.