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Storytimes at the Keene Public Library

We are proud of our children's programming at the Keene Public Library. But, we are always trying to improve.  If you've attended storytime at the Keene Public Library recently, please help us plan by completing a quick online survey.

You can find out more about why we do storytime by visiting our Storytime Webpage. We have been doing storytimes and youth programming at the Keene Public Library for many years.  It's been a priority at the library since 1923 when the library's first children's room was opened and the library started holding story hours every Saturday morning.  Mary Lucina Saxton dubbed 1923 "Children's Year."

Sadly, this is the last week of spring storytimes at the library. We hope you have enjoyed your time with Jeannie and Colleen.  But, don't worry; it won't be long before storytimes resume.

Summer storytimes are drop-in programs. The series will start the week of June 21.  

Please join us for some of these great programs:

blue bullet DROP-IN PRESCHOOL STORYTIME:  Wed. at 10 am
blue bullet DROP-IN LAPSIT TIME for Babies & Caregivers: Thurs. at 10 am
blue bullet DROP-IN TODDLER TWO-TIMES: Fridays at 10  
blue bullet TERRIFIC TUESDAYS (suggested for school aged children): Tuesday at 1 pm
blue bullet FRIDAY FLICKS: Fridays at 1 pm 

In addition to storytimes, there will be many other special library events. For more information, please check our online calendar.

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Toddler Two-Times

Can I bring my almost 14 mo old daughter, or is it aimed more for 2 year olds?

Toddler Two Times

Submitted by Youth Librarian on Mon, 06/07/2010 - 6:15pm.Toddler Two-Times is a perfect fit for children that are walking about and beginning to talk.  However, there is a mix of ages.  Sometimes there a lap babies with toddler siblings and sometimes it is the only time a younger child can attend.  We will begin our storytimes the week of June 21.  These are drop-in programs. We will certainly welcome you and your child.  I hope you join us.  It is a lot of fun!   ~Gail

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