Regular Children’s Events

Posted by - November 3, 2017

Storytimes All storytimes continue on January 2, 2019. There will be no storytimes on February 20 and February 26-28. Mother Goose Storytime Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. in January, March, and May. For ages 18 months and younger only. Registration is required and can be completed by calling 423-434-4458. Toddler Time Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays

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Family Escape Room

Posted by - February 19, 2019

Event Details Each escape room will be the same; your family only needs to register for one time slot!The story: "Scaredy Squirrel is a squirrel who is afraid of everything! He is so afraid that he has trapped you in his 'emergency kit' in case he ever needs you. To get out you must use

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Tale to Tail

Posted by - February 18, 2019

Event Details Children ages 5 to 9 years old can register for a fifteen minute time slot to read to a trained listening dog. Call 434-4458 to sign up for your time. Event Type(s): Youth Services Program, Youth Calendar, Website Youth Age Group(s): 5 – 9 year olds View Event On Calendar

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Family Lego Day

Posted by - February 16, 2019

Event Details Bring the whole family to creatively build with Legos. No registration is required for this drop-in event. Event Type(s): Youth Services Program, Youth Calendar, Website Youth Age Group(s): All Ages View Event On Calendar

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Tech Take-Apart Workshop

Posted by - February 15, 2019

Event Details Come deconstruct old tech to see how it works and how you might repurpose it! Program will be held upstairs in the Buffalo Mountain Room/Teen Space. Registration is required for this free program. Event Type(s): Workshop, Youth Services Program, Teen Program, Youth Calendar, Teen Calendar, Website Youth, Website Teen, Website Adult Age Group(s):

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Book Worms: Anywhere Farm

Posted by - February 14, 2019

Event Details Children ages five to eight years old are invited to the Johnson City Public Library Jones Meeting Room on Thursday, March 7 at 4:00 p.m. to hear Anywhere Farm by Phyllis Root and make a newspaper planter. Registration is required for this free program. Event Type(s): Youth Services Program, Youth Calendar, Website Youth

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Realistic Wilderness Survival for Kids

Posted by - February 2, 2019

Event Details Presented by Connie Deegan, Nature Program Coordinator and the ETSU Parks and Recreation Camp Leadership ClassJoin an enthusiastic bunch of folks as we present obtainable, realistic survival objectives to the younger crowd. Age appropriate information for any child that spends time outdoors.Older and younger siblings and parents/caregivers are welcome to attend along with

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Magic Tree House Program

Posted by - January 18, 2019

On Thursday, January 24 from 6-7 p.m., 5-12 year olds are invited to join us in the Jones Meeting Room for a celebration of books 5-8 in the Magic Tree House series. Registration is required and can be completed here. To celebrate, there will be crafts, games, and snacks themed around each book. Because the four

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Cherished Mom Perinatal Support Group

Posted by - January 7, 2019

Beginning on Monday, January 14, the library is hosting a bimonthly support group for women who are preparing for or adjusting to motherhood and are struggling with feelings of anxiety, hopelessness, and exhaustion. The group is organized and led by facilitators from Appalachian Perinatal Mental Health Alliance (APMHA), and meets on the second and fourth

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“Let’s Talk About That” Book Club: Hilda and the Troll

Posted by - January 3, 2019

Families of children 8 and older are invited to the Storytime Room on Thursday, January 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. to discuss Hilda and the Troll by Luke Pearson, as part of our “Let’s Talk About That” Book Club. Copies of the book are available to borrow and read in advance for the first 10 registrants who need

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Book Worms & Preschool Storytime Will Feature Snoozefest

Posted by - December 27, 2018

Next week’s Preschool Storytime and Book Worms program will both feature the children’s book Snoozefest by Samantha Berger. Snoozefest is an endearing and hilarious story about a young sloth named Snuggleford Cuddlebun who goes to an arena festival celebrating all things sleep-related. The festival is attended by sleepers and nappers of all types, and includes

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