Programs for Children

Storytime (September through April)

Norelius Community Library current holds two regular storytimes from September through April. 

  • Storytime is held on Wednesday afternoons at 10 am. An emphasis is placed on early language development by reading stories, engaging in fun rhymes, and singing songs. A simple craft or extension activity is offered after every session. Older children are also welcome to attend, but the structure of the program is designed for babies and toddlers.

A repeat of the Wednesday Storytime is held on the second Thursday and on some Saturdays each month. See our event calendar for specific Saturday dates.

  • Special storytimes are held throughout the year for holidays and other special events.

STEAM Saturday (September through April)

Full STEAM ahead! Join us once a month on the third Saturday at 10 am for a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) activity in in the Children's Library! This program is designed for children and tweens who can work independently and follow instructions (ages 8-13). We will be exploring STEAM concepts through activities such as domino toppling, LEGO, process art, coding and more! See our event calendar for each month's activity.

Summer Library Program (June & July)

Join us each June and July for a fun variety of activities! We will have special events, storytimes, crafts and more! Please see our Summer Library Program page for more detail.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Foster a love of reading in your infant, toddler or preschooler! Click here to learn more about the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program.

Children's Library Activities

We have a variety of things for kids to do here at Norelius Community Library, including:

  • Play video games on our Nintendo Switch
  • Use our computer and iPads
  • Play board games
  • Play with a variety of toys and Lego
  • Put together puzzles
  • Make crafts using our Maker Table
  • And read books, of course!

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