SPRING CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING
Tot Time – Circle time, play-based learning centres, stories and finger plays. Thursdays, March 22, April 5, 19, May 3, 17, 31, June 14 & 28, 2018.
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. For ages 2 to 5 with a parent/caregiver. Cost is $1.00/session. Pre-register.
Mondays, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the Children’s Room.
Drop in and tell tales to a therapy dog.
For other Children’s programming available in Port Colborne, please visit the Early On Child and Family Centre – Port Colborne website, via Port Cares.
Community Living Port Colborne-Wainfleet also offer programs for children.
Among their programs are Children’s Summer Day Camp, Teen Summer Day Camp, Teen & Tween Programs, Saturday Respite Program for Children, and Boys & Girls Club of Niagara – After School Activity Programs.
PLEASE CALL 905-835-8941 EXT 100 FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF THEIR PROGRAMS.
Parent and caregiver resource
This program celebrates Canadian authors and illustrators by nominating outstanding titles in a number of categories for different age groups. Canadians are encouraged to read and then vote for their favourite titles. Want to stay up-to-date on the voting and announcements of the winners, go to Twitter and follow ForestofReading
2017 Blue Spruce Winner – NIGHT GARDENER ~ by ERIC FAN & TERRY FAN
2017 Silver Birch Express Award Winner – THE BIGGEST POUTINE IN THE WORLD ~ by ANDREE POULIN (translated by Brigitte Waisberg)
2017 Silver Birch Fiction Award Winner – OCDANIEL ~ by WESLEY KING
2017 Silver Birch Non-Fiction Winner – HAUNTED CANADA 6: MORE TERRIFYING TRUE STORIES ~ by JOEL A SUTHERLAND
Storynory has published a new audio story every week since November 2005. Listen online or download a free audio story to your iPod or MP3 player. You can also have stories emailed to you for free! Follow Storynory on Facebook, Twitter, or by RSS.
TumbleBooks: Free eBooks and Audiobooks
TumbleBooks offer fun ways to encourage young readers to enjoy and engage in reading with its online collection of e-books and audio books!
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|From Gale Cengage|
|The support of the Southern Ontario Library Service is gratefully acknowledged.|