Children’s Events

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Register for Children’s Events

Currently, registration is required to attend our Story Time, Tot Time, Baby Club, and Music and Movement classes. The sign-up genius link will be updated each week for the following week’s events. Storytime, Tot Time, and Baby Club will now begin at 10:15 AM.

Due to limited space, registration allows us to maintain a capacity that is safe for families and staff members. If you are consistently unable to attend an event due to full registration please contact, Olivia Blackketter, at or (405)373-9018.

Story Time

Storytime is family-friendly. This means your children are welcome to enjoy together, regardless of age. During Storytime children are experience storytelling using various engaging methods. Examples: picture book readings, puppet stories, music, and felt board stories.

Family Fitness

The library is continuing its partnership with Meagan Early from Mugwamps Fitness. Ms. Meagan comes to the library after Storytime each week. She facilitates a kid-friendly fitness class that matches the Storytime theme for the week. We encourage grown-ups to participate too. This is a fun way for kiddos to get their wiggles out! Family Fitness is sponsored by grant funding. This makes it free to the public! So come join us! NEW! FamFit will now begin at 10:45AM.

Tot Time

Age 2-3 Years

Tot Time is Storytime for our busy preschool crowd. Ms. Liv will do a read-aloud of at least one engaging children’s book. Wiggle exercises, felt stories, rhymes, and puppets are also incorporated. These activities promote early literacy skill building. The goal for this program is to allow plenty of movement activities. This insures the child is able to focus and build attention span.

NEW! A playtime or craft will be offered after Tot Time each week. Check the calendar for the schedule.

Baby Time

Age Birth-2 Years

This event is held on the last Friday each month (confirm with the calendar as holidays may alter this). During Baby Club the focus is on babies and caregivers. We will use finger plays, lap bounces, rhymes, books, songs, and tickles to foster speech development, motor coordination, and self-confidence. Each Baby Club meeting will end with an informal playtime. During this time families are encouraged to socialize and bond with other babies

Music and Movement

Facilitated by Ms. Alyssa with Kindermusik, each class welcomes children into a playful, nurturing environment where your child will experience music of varying styles, genres, and cultures. Plus, they will engage in movement, rhythm, and vocal activities.

Sensory Play Program

Children will be able to explore sensory bins and hands-on activities. Children learn through play and interaction with their environment. Sensory play is a wonderful way to encourage this.  This program is scheduled for September 16th from 10am-Noon. Registration is required. Please note: This event is for children 3 years+. For safety reason, we ask you to avoid bringing children who are still placing items in their mouth. Sensory bins will be filled with small items like water beads.