Welcome to the Children’s Services page of the Lower Providence Community Library website.  Find upcoming Programs & Events, check out our Resources for Readers, and send us your recommendations for books, DVDs, and other materials you would like to have in the library.  Also, please let us know if you have any ideas for programming. We would love to hear from you!

To access our Kids eLibrary Resources, click here.
For information on books in your child’s reading level click one of these links: http://www.arbookfind.com/UserType.aspx
http://www.scholastic.com/bookwizard/
https://lexile.com

 

To register for programs, email Sandrah Moles or call the library at 610-666-6640 for the Circulation Desk.

Children’s Story Time

Mondays & Tuesdays – 10:30 AM – Infants – 2 Yr Olds

Mondays & Tuesdays – 11:15 AM Older 2 to 3 Yr Olds

Thursdays – 10:30 AM & 2 PM – 4 Yr Olds and older (This is a story time for children only.  Parents remain in the library)

Saturdays – 10:30 – Infant – 3 Yr Olds    

Saturdays – 11:15 – 4 Yr Olds and older

For more information, email  Sandrah Moles.

 

After School Makerspace For Kids!

Wednesdays, January 29th from 4:15 – 5pm

Participate in a variety of imaginative, collaborative & inspiring projects! We supply the space and materials, you supply the fun! Drop-in. Geared for grades 3-6.

Sponsored by The Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library. This program is drop-in and open to the public.

What’s The Big Idea

Thursdays, January 30th through April 2nd: 1/30; 2/6; 2/13;/2/20; 2/27; 3/5; 3/12; 3/19; 3/26; 4/2

‘What’s The Big Idea?’ teaches pre-school children Science, Technology, Math & Art concept, using fun, hands-on lessons with age appropriate books. For ages 4-6. Instructor is Mrs. Regan Nelson.

Class runs from 1:15-1:45pm for 10 weeks. Parents must remain in the Library. If selected, please make sure your child is able to attend all or most of these classes. Child must be 4 years old by Nov. 2019. Registration is Required. Please Register Online or at the Front Desk. Class is limited to 15 students.

FREE and Open to the Public. Sponsored by The Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library.

Trains!

Friday, January 31st 10am – 4:30pm
Saturday, February 1st 10am – 3:30pm

Train Exhibit at the Lower Providence Community Library

Kids! See real S-Gauge model trains in action! Bring the entire family! Free and open to the public.

Lego Program

February 3rd 3:45 – 4:45pm

Play, Learn, Fun! These are Lego free-play sessions! We supply the Legos and you supply the fun! Legos are open for anyone to play. Feel free to drop in. Parents, Grandparents or Caregivers should accompany their younger children and must supervise children under 10 years of age.

After School Makerspace

Wednesdays February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th 4:15 – 5pm

Participate in a variety of imaginative, collaborative & inspiring projects! We supply the space and materials, you supply the fun! Drop-in. Geared for grades 3-6.

Sponsored by The Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library. This program is drop-in and open to the public.

Adit’s BinaryBoot Camp: Intro To HTML

Saturday, Feb. 8th & 15th from 12:30-1:10pm

Want to learn basic computer knowledge, like HTML/ Then, this class is for you! Bring your laptop. No software downloads needed. Class is limited, so register early!! For grades 3-6. Instructor is Aditi Vishwanath.

Music And Movement

Friday, February 14th at 10:30am

Be inspired! This interactive music and movement class is designed for young children (18 Months – 4 year old) and their caregivers! It will increase children’s self awareness, confidence and self-expression, through interactive musical experiences. First come, first served.

This program is FREE and open to the public. Registration is not required. Sponsored by The Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library.

Giggle Magic Pirate’s Treasure

Monday, February 17th at 10:30am

Ahoy there! Calling all pirates to the fun and frolicking preschool comedy show and dance party!

This children’s program takes the place of Monday’s storytimes. Geared for ages 3-6. No registration is necessary.

This program is FREE and open to the public. Sponsored by The Friends of the Lower Providence Community Library.

Never Ending Storytime

Saturday, February 29th 11:15am

18 Years of African Folktales

Local authors, Franziska Mbonglou and Elisbeth Juechser present and special storytime reading of their recent book, ‘Never Ending Story Time’ which is based on oral African Folktales. This book helps support of the Community Project in Eyek, Camaroon. Ages 4-6. No registration necessary.