Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all in-library Storytime Programs have been canceled until further notice. Be sure to check back here for the latest updates.
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Types of Storytimes:
Babies in the Library storytimes are for pre-walking babies (0-12 months). Early literacy skills are taught within a thirty-minute storytime of songs, bounces, and reading, followed by a half-hour of play and chat time.
For general information about Babies in the Library contact 541-774-6423.
Wobblers, the next step after Babies in the Library, is for babies, ages 12-36 months, who are not quite ready to sit through the preschool storytime.
Babies/Wobblers Some branches offer a Babies and Wobblers combined program tailored for smaller groups.
Toddlerobics: Movement, Music, and Me! Children ages 2 and up can exercise both mind and body by participating in a range of simple exercises. Attendees will also participate in music games so children can sing and dance to songs.
Preschool Storytime – Bring your preschoolers (ages 3-5) to enjoy stories, rhymes, songs and fun at the library. A great opportunity to encourage an interest in books and reading and help young children develop important socialization skills. Older and younger siblings are welcome.
Sensory Storytime is designed for children ages 3-5 and families who are looking for a smaller, more adaptive library experience. This storytime features songs, stories, and movements designed to provide inclusive and understanding programs for children and their caregivers. For more information contact 541-774-8678.
It’s Always Storytime!
Sponsored by Jackson County Library Services and the Medford Storytelling Guild.