Spring Storytimes

Saturday Family Storytimes

Saturday, March 25
10:30 am

Recommended age 2 – 5 years old with a caregiver.

Children’s events are in the Children’s Activity Room unless otherwise indicated.  Programs are free and no registration is required.

Each program is designed to meet the early literacy needs of each unique age group and aims to strengthen the bond between children and their caregivers, all while cultivating a love for the library. We will read stories, sing songs, strengthen fine motor skills with instruments, scarves, and puppets, encourage curiosity, socialize, and have lots of fun together!  

Monthly Programs

Read to Rover

Read to Rover
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Second Thursday of Every Month

Studies show that children gain confidence when reading to dogs. Whether your child is a pre-reader, just learning to read, or is a proficient reader, they will enjoy this fun program. When readers get three punches on their punch card, they get a free book! This program is in partnership with Hutchinson Kennel Club Therapy Dogs.

LEGOS® at the Library

First Saturday of the Month
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Children’s Activity Room

Learn about creative ways to build and explore your own ingenuity and imagination, and socialize with other LEGO fans! Check out our collection of LEGO books as well.

This is a free program, does not require registration, and is suitable for children & families ages 3 – 12 (younger children should be carefully monitored because of choking hazards). Building prompts and challenges may be provided by library staff, but are not mandatory.

Children’s Chess Club

Second Saturday of Every Month
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Youth Services Area

Come play and learn strategies from a chess instructor!

Special Events


Young Adults



Special Events

Makerspace Workshop – Sew a Cord Keeper

March 25, 11:00 am & 3:00 pm

This month, visit the Makerspace and learn to make a cord keeper! A cord keeper is a small, sewn rectangle of fabric with buttons or Velcro to fasten it into a loop – almost like a napkin ring. This is an easy, quick sewing project for someone to introduce themselves to sewing, and it will help them organize the endless mountains of cables we all have! A cord keeper is reusable, looks nicer than a twist-tie, and has many possibilities for decorating and personalizing!

Space is limited so please register through this link:

Readers Advisory

Award Winners
Animals & Creatures
Health & Wellness
Seasonal and Holidays
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