Children up to the age of five have been enjoying Library programs Move and Groove and Baby Rhyme Time for several weeks as Children’s Library programs get back into the swing of things after last year’s restrictions.
And, on Saturday, 6 February at 10.30am children aged 3 to 8 will welcome back the much-loved Story Time program too.
Libraries Manager Camille Cullinan is excited to be getting back to a normal program.
“We’ve really missed having the children in the Library and participating in these programs,” she said.
“The programs are designed to assist areas of childhood development – and are a whole lot of fun too!”
“Everyone is welcome to bring their little ones and come and try out what’s on offer.”
Swan Hill Regional Library offers the following programs for little ones:
Move and Groove – every Wednesday at 10.30am
For parents and caregivers with children aged 18mths – 5yrs.
High energy sessions with lots of fun, songs, rhymes, stories and parachute games.
Baby Rhyme Time – every Friday at 10.30am
For parents and caregivers with babies under 18mths.
Developed to stimulate little minds and encourage early language skills through songs, movement, rhymes and finger-plays.
Story time – every Saturday at 10.30am
For parents and caregivers with children aged 3-8yrs.
Traditional session to enhance early literacy development through stories, action rhymes and take-home craft activities.
In line with current COVID-19 restrictions participants will be required to sign in upon arrival. Social distancing rules apply and attendance is limited. Bookings are recommended.
For more information or to book, please contact the Library on 5036 2480.