Rakugo Storyteller

Join us to watch and listen to comical Japanese stories in English! Rakugo is a traditional form of storytelling dating back to the Edo Period (1603-1868) and is performed by a storyteller or Rakugoka.

Celebrate Reading Month with Tunes & Tales

Children and their families will enjoy this highly interactive sing-and-move-along performance by singing twin brothers Gemini! Everyone will be encourage to make their own music, sing some favorite childhood songs, and enjoy hearing some classic tales that inspire reading.

Hungry Caterpillar Storytime

Parents and caregivers can join in on the fun with this interactive storytime and craft! Children can make their own Hungry Caterpillar as well as coloring pages to go with the story. Intended for ages 0-5.

Dates and Locations:

Spring Arbor: March 9, Open Hours

Summit: March 19, 10 AM

Henrietta: March 23, 11 AM

Brooklyn: April 9, 10:30 AM

Meijer: April 17, 10 AM

Eastern: April 25, 2 PM

Grass Lake: May 6, 11 AM

Concord: May 11, Open Hours

Hanover: May 13, Open Hours

Carnegie: May 20, 10:30 AM

Green Eggs and Ham

Green Eggs and Ham is one of Dr. Seuss’ most beloved books even though it only uses 50 unique words! Help read the story, then have some eggy fun with colors, symbols, and numbers.

Let’s Share a Story

Storytime has a new look at the Concord Branch! Any Monday or Wednesday, look for the person wearing the “share a story” button and ask them to share a storytime with you!

Livability Storytime

Join us on the second Saturday of the month for a storytime with science and art activities for individuals of all ages with a diagnosis of SXI, CI, ASD, and speech & language impaired.

This program is wheelchair accessible. Please note, this is not a drop-off program.


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