Children's Program

Children's Programs


Spring Preschool Programs

Programs run February 4 - March 22.
Registration is required. Register for these programs by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.

readStoryhour

Storyhour is for 3-5 year olds. During Storyhour kids will sing songs, read stories, and make a craft.

New Washington Library – Mondays at 1-2 pm
Sellersburg Library – Tuesdays at 10-11 am
Henryville Library – Tuesdays at 1-2 pm
Charlestown Library – Wednesdays at10-11 am
Borden Library – Thursdays at 1-2 pm

readingTot-Time

Tot-time is for children 17-35 months. During Tot-Time kids will read books, sing songs, and make a craft.

Charlestown Library
Mondays from 10-10:30 am

Sellersburg Library
                                            Thursdays from 11-11:30 am


homeschoolHomeschool at the Library

Homeschoolers are invited to join in monthly programs at the library. Meet other local homeschool families. The activities will vary month to month. Programs are open to homeschoolers of all ages unless otherwise indicated.

Register for these programs by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.

Dr. Suess Day
Henryville Library - Friday, February 22 at 2-2:30 pm

Ryan Academy of Dance program
Sellersburg Library - Friday, March 15 at 1-1:30 pm

Script Writing and Acting program (for upper elementary to high school)
Borden Library
   Tuesday, February 26 at 1-3 pm
   Thursday, April 4 at 1-3 pm
   Thursday, May 16 at 1-3 pm 

science fairHomeschool Science Fair
Students will design a science project developed with the Scientific Method and have the following:
   1-Science Report   2-Science Notebook    3-Display Board   4-Oral Presentation

Sellersburg Library - Friday, April 12 at 10 am-noon

                                   Open to homeschool students in grades 5-12.  Participants MUST be registered in order to participate.

                                   Please contact Colette Pedersen, Teen Librarian, at Sellersburg for more information. 812-246-4493


paws to readPAWS to Read

PreK- 5th graders can practice their reading with a certified therapy dog. Your child can read to Cooper, a dog who loves to listen.

No registration is required.

                               Charlestown Library
                               Monday, March 25 at 10-11 am


blocksBuilding with Blocks

Families with PreK-3rd graders are welcome to drop-in and build with all kinds of blocks! This event is provided the Clark County Purdue Extension Office. No registration required.

Sellersburg - March 26 at 10-11 am
                               Charlestown - March 27 at 10-11 am

legoLego Fun

Families with PreK-5th graders are welcome to drop-in and build with the library’s Legos!

No registration required.

Borden Library - March 25 at 1-2 pm
                               Sellersburg Library - March 25 at 1-2 pm


bearMake Your Own Teddy Bear

PreK-5th graders along with a caregiver can stuff their own teddy bear to take home this Spring Break!

Henryville Library - March 29 at 10-10:45 pm

Registration is required. Register for this program by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.


barnBuild a Mini-Barn with 4-H Challenge

This Spring Break Katie Whiteford from Clark County 4-H will teach K-5th graders how to build their own mini-barns.

New Washington Library - Monday, March 25 at 1-1:45 pm
Henryville Library - Tuesday, March 26 at 1-1:45 pm
Charlestown Library - Wednesday, March 27 at 1-1:45 pm
Borden Library - Thursday, March 28 at 1-1:45 pm
Sellersburg Library - Friday, March 29 at 1-1:45 pm

Registration is required. Register for this program by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.


animalBorn To Be Wild Animal Show

The animal kingdom is full of all sorts of unique noises. But why do animals make so many different types of sounds? Meet a New Guinea singing dog, a coatimundi, a tree frog, a Sudan Plated Lizard, some Madagascar hissing cockroaches and a pine snake and hear all about how they communicate.

Charlestown Library - Thursday, March 28 at 10-11 am

Registration is required and begins March 1.
Register for this program by clicking on Calendar or by calling the library.