Youth

“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” – Margaret Fuller

Youth

PROGRAMS

We love literacy. Most of all, we love sharing it with others. That is why our programs are designed to teach, engage, and entertain. Plenty of heart, time, and elbow grease go into planning and delivering thoughtful and intentional youth programs.

All UCPL youth programs are free and open to the public. For a complete list of monthly youth programs, see our calendar or sign up for our newsletter.

Story Time with Miss Hannah

*TUESDAYS at 10:30 AM
(*unless otherwise announced)

Get your little ones excited about literacy! Join Miss Hannah every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for an engaging Story Time. Each week, Miss Hannah, selects a new theme to celebrate with stories, crafts, songs, and more. When the weather is fine, we shuffle outside, into the gardens, and under blue skies!

Online Stories with Miss Suzy

NEED AN ONLINE STORY? 

Miss Suzy is spicing up Story Time by offering a range of lively and enlightening tales online! Taking part in story time has never been easier.

SEE THE VIDEO LINKS HERE.

Books & Bricks LEGO Club

Build skills and friendships at LEGO Club. Join us every FIRST SATURDAY of the month for fun challenges with exciting themes that foster creativity and strengthen STEAM capabilities. Designed for grades K-8th and registration is not required. Please contact Youth Services for more information.

READING CHALLENGES

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Inspire an early love of reading. Sign up for the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten to give your children head starts in reading proficiency and comprehension. Participating in this challenge is free and fun. Register at: http://ucpl.readsquared.com/.

Contact Youth Services or visit UCPL to get your 1000 Books Backpack, an interactive way to track and visualize reading milestones.