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Children ages 3 to 5 and their families are invited to join Primitive Pursuits at the Library! Primitive Pursuits believes the seeds of a deep connection to nature are in each of us from the time we are born. That's why we invite you and your child to join us as we explore various nature themes through stories, crafts and activities. This event is free and will be held in the Thaler/Howell Programming Room. On April 24 the program will be held in the Borg Warner East Programming Room.
Experience the joy of noise-making with Miss Angie from Music & Motion! Through song, dance, and pretend play, Miss Angie will lead you and your child on an adventure into the world of creative expression. Singing, dancing, instruments and puppets: there is always a surprise in the Music & Motion classroom. Storytime with Music & Motion has been made possible by the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation through a grant from Elmira Savings Bank.
Children are invited to send their stuffed animals on an after-hours adventure April 17, as the Library hosts Animal Sleepover Storytime! Put on your pajamas and join us for bedtime stories, songs and a hands-on activity. After storytime ends, your stuffed animal will spend the night exploring the Library! Children can pick up their animals and a postcard of their late-night escapades on April 18. Animal Sleepover Storytime has been made possible by the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation through a grant from Elmira Savings Bank.
Children who are learning English as a new Language in grades K-4 are invited to discover the wind, weather, and wildlife of the African plain through literature, art, and drama! This event will be hosted by Dr. Cathrene Connery's Second Language Acquisition class from Ithaca College's Department of Education
Celebrate the coming of spring with this very special Family Storytime! Enjoy stories, songs, a puppet show, and a craft. Spring Fling Storytime has been made possible by the Tompkins County Public Library Foundation through a grant from the Elmira Savings Bank.