Programs | April 7 – May 20th, 2022

This 30 minute program includes stories, rhymes, songs, bubbles, and free play.

*No sign-up required*

Program Themes

April 12th- Farm Animals

April 19th- No Storytime

April 26th- Frogs/Toads

May 3rd- Gardening

May 10th- Bees

May 17th- Summer

This program is set for ages 3-5yrs with an adult.

This 45 minute Story Time features longer books and a corresponding craft.

Program Themes

April 8th- Bugs

April 15th- Farm Animals

April 22nd- No Storytime

April 29th- Frogs/Toads

May 6th- Gardening

May 13th- Bees

May 20th- Summer

This monthly program will feature various activities for a range of ages, examples of programs are listed. Age restrictions and times will vary, please check calendar for event schedule and sign-up requirements. Begins at 4:30 pm

NEXT Program: May 19th | Magic the Gathering: Ages 12 + | Sign Up Required

Grades 8 and up.

Drop in and work on your new or in progress piece with other creative teens. This is a self guided/drop-in activity and you will need to bring your own materials.

Organized by local teen artists; Noche Gauthier and Ava VanDeventer | email: appalachiaartclub@gmail.com with questions and to sign up.

Potomac Valley Audubon Society Presents | A Spring Break Library Youth Program Series
Looking for a great way to celebrate Earth Day? Visit libraries around
the region and enjoy stories about planting, followed by a gardening activity with our amazing PVAS Volunteers!

Monday, April 18th at 11:00 am | Martinsburg Public Library | On Meadowview Street by Henry Cole

Tuesday, April 19th at 11:00 am |
South Jefferson Public Library | The Leaf Detective by Heather Lang

Wednesday, April 20th at 11:00 am
| Shepherdstown Public Library | The Tree Lady by H. Joseph Hopkins

Thursday, April 21st at 11:00 am
| Charles Town Library | Wangari's Trees of Peace by Jeanette Winter

Friday, April 22nd (Earth Day) at 11:00 am
| Bolivar Harpers Ferry Public Library | The Boy Who Grew a Forest by Sophia Gholz

Best for ages 3+
Free and open to the public
For more information, contact tayahehawley@gmail.com

If you have any questions please call us at 304-535-2301.

All youth programs will take place outdoors and be subject to weather. Please check social media for day-of updates.

Inclement Weather Procedure: Bolivar Harpers Ferry Public Library follows the Jefferson County Public School District’s inclement weather policy; if JCPS are closed the library will be closed as well. If JCPS have a 2hr delay the library will open on time and Storytime will begin as scheduled. Please check our Facebook page for updates.