The Library offers children’s programming for every age level.
Did you know that children who are read to at an early age are more successful in school and have a larger vocabulary when they enter school? For your budding reader we have a wide variety of age appropriate story time sessions designed to encourage your child’s social, emotional and cognitive development.
For your elementary through middle school age child Lakewood Public Library offers a variety of quality programs that highlight everything from art and Lego building to poetry and role playing.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through stories, songs and crafts. In honor of the MLK Jr. Day of Service, participants will create handmade cards to warm the hearts of nursing home residents. No registration is required. Read More
For students in Sixth through Twelfth Grade. Join our club of geeky girls and use computer science to solve a problem that you care about in our community. Team up with other techies to work on a Computer Science Impact Project where you’ll learn to use computer science to create a mobile app, design a […] Read More
For you and your two to six year old child. Tune in to the magic of music. Enjoy stories that leap off the page with song, dance and rhythm instruments. Choose one day and time of the age appropriate eight week story time you would like to attend. Registration required. Read More
For students in third through fifth grade. Love reading and yearn for a life on the stage? Readers Theater combines both! Actors perform by reading scripts adapted from beloved childrens books, play theater games, and create props and costumes to culminate in a final performance. Participants must be able to attend the final performance. Registration […] Read More