Children's Story Times, Programs, and News

bingo reading challenge January 1 - February 29

Storytime Returns -- February 5 - April 25 (No Storytime April 1-4)

Mondays @ 10 am ....... Columbus Grove | Kalida ( no story time February 19th)
Tuesdays @ 10 am ….... Fort Jennings | Pandora
Tuesdays @ 6 pm .......... Ottawa (Join us for Family Fun 2nd Tuesday of the month
Wednesdays @ 10 am .. Ottawa | Ottoville
Thursdays @ 10 am ...… Continental | Leipsic

**Special Solar Eclipse Story Time March 18-21 - 1 pair of eclipse glasses given per family while supplies last

Join our Bilingual Sing-Along every Tuesday morning at 9 am on Instagram


Family Fun Pictures with the Easter Bunny
     March 12th  11am | 4 pm | 6 pm - Ottawa Location


Family Fun Solar Eclipse Bingo & Activities
     March 16th 
        10:30 am - 12 noon - Ottawa Location 1 pair of eclipse glasses given per family while supplies last                     
        12 noon - Family Fun Movie - Wish PG | Walt Disney Pictures
                              * movies shown are covered under Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.


Family Fun Pictures with the Easter Bunny
     March 30th 11-12 noon - Ottoville Location


Interactive Movie Kits
        Family Kit - Boss Baby - pick up at any location of the PCDL or contact Heather hkuhlman@seolibraries.org


Spring Story Walks 
    Continental, Fort Jennings, Ottawa, or Ottoville locations - It is great family fun, combining reading with activities, indoors.


Solar Eclipse Story Walk
     Ottawa Location


Interactive Family Movie Kit
     The Boss Baby -  available at all locations of the PCDL


   

Updated 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Picture. Blue Background with a bear reading.

 


 

 

Ready to read logo

https://ohreadytoread.org/grab-and-go-stations

The PCDL is committed to providing parents with the tools needed to help their children get ready to read. Every Child Ready to Read programs are offered weekly online - see the story time link above for the latest programs.. All programs require a caring adult to attend with the child. The five early literacy practices will help every child develop the foundation for reading, listening, writing, and learning for a lifetime. Every Child Ready To Read incorporates simple practices, based on research, to help parents and other caregivers develop early literacy skills in children from birth to age five.

5 practices for Early literacy: talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing


Source URL: https://mypcdl.org/storytimes