Please visit our calendar for current dates and times for story times.
Books from Birth: Have you recently welcomed a newborn? Many research studies have shown that reading to a newborn stimulates their intellectual development and emotional interaction. Contact our Youth Services department about getting a free “Books from Birth” packet, co-sponsored by our Friends of the Lincoln Township Public Library. These packets are available to parents or guardians of newborns (through 3 months) who live within our service district (Lincoln, Baroda, or Royalton Townships only).
Play to Learn Story Time: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. This program is offered before the Summer Reading Program in late spring. Create your own story time experience as a family. Children and caregivers are invited to play to learn each week by reading a book together and completing a variety of activities. Each week will feature a new theme. Ages 2-6.
Family Story Time: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. Stories, songs, and rhymes designed to help your child (ages 2-6) get ready to read.
Tween Tomes is a book club for students in grades 4 – 6. The club meets the third Thursday of each month throughout the school year for books, food, and fun. We explore time-tested tales and modern masterpieces of children’s literature. Receive a free copy of the book at registration.
Dial-a-Story Can’t join us in person? Simply dial (269) 429-1234 or (269) 429-1240 to listen to a new children’s story every week.
Early Literacy Center and STEAM Activities. The Early Literacy Center is open from 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. This educational center for younger children and their caregivers will help children learn and explore while having fun. Sign up at the Youth Desk. Older children will enjoy our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) activities outside of the Early Literacy Center.
Summer Reading Program: It wouldn’t be summer without the LTPL Summer Reading Program! Special events and guests, exciting themes, prizes, and some of the most awesome teen volunteers in the nation make for seven weeks of pure reading fun and frenzy — it’s all FREE and it’s all FUN! With a reading program for every age and reading level, there’s something for everyone. Just register, read, and report.
Seasonal Children’s Events
We offer several events for children during the year. Events include: our annual Visit with Santa, Holiday Craft programs, our annual Teddy Bear Picnic (over 30 years of tradition have made this our premier preschool event of the year), and more.
Lego Bricks Club
Complete a challenge or build whatever you can imagine. Check our events page for upcoming dates and times. Legos are provided.
Special Services for Children, Parents, and Teachers
Tours and visits: We love to host tour groups of all ages and sizes—from a family group to a Boy or Girl Scout troop; from a small class to an entire grade level. We offer instruction, tours, and a friendly welcome. A librarian can also visit your school and share information and stories. Call and schedule a visit or tour at (269) 429-9575.
Explore Kits: Check out our new Explore Kit backpacks with books, activities, and games. Great for parents, teachers, and caregivers. Kits are available for a wide range of ages and interests. Subjects include: All About Me, Tiger Scouts, Community Helpers, Spanish/English, On the Farm, Shapes, Dinosaurs, Alphabet, Space, & Counting.