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Mother Goose on the Loose

10:30am - 11:30am
Children, Babies, Toddlers
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children, Babies, Toddlers
Program Type: Storytimes & Early Learning
Registration Required
Event Details:
Stories, songs, nursery rhymes, and social interaction. The Mother Goose on the Loose program promotes early literacy skills in the very young child. Appropriate for ages 0-3 and their adult caregivers ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.

Art with Annika

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Children
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children
Program Type: Arts & Crafts
Registration Required
Event Details:
In cooperation with Bitterroot Public Library, their Youth Services Librarian, Annika Riley is on loan to present her Bitterroot art programs here in Stevensville for five Thursdays this summer.  A big thank you to Annika and Mark, the Director ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Photo Release

The North Valley Public Library reserves the right to utilize photographs or video taken at the library for publicity purposes in printed materials and online. All library patrons consent to the use of their photo during library events or programs. No names will be utilized in conjunction with photos without express written consent. By registering and attending the event or program, you waive all rights and claims for payment in connection with use in print or digital communications.

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.

Art with Annika

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Children
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children
Program Type: Arts & Crafts
Registration Required
Event Details:
In cooperation with Bitterroot Public Library, their Youth Services Librarian, Annika Riley is on loan to present her Bitterroot art programs here in Stevensville for five Thursdays this summer.  A big thank you to Annika and Mark, the Director ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Photo Release

The North Valley Public Library reserves the right to utilize photographs or video taken at the library for publicity purposes in printed materials and online. All library patrons consent to the use of their photo during library events or programs. No names will be utilized in conjunction with photos without express written consent. By registering and attending the event or program, you waive all rights and claims for payment in connection with use in print or digital communications.

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.
This event is in the "Babies" group.
This event is in the "Toddlers" group.

Mother Goose on the Loose

10:30am - 11:30am
Children, Babies, Toddlers
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children, Babies, Toddlers
Program Type: Storytimes & Early Learning
Registration Required

Mother Goose on the Loose

Stories, songs, nursery rhymes, and social interaction. The Mother Goose on the Loose program promotes early literacy skills in the very young child. Appropriate for ages 0-3 and their adult caregivers

Event Details:
Stories, songs, nursery rhymes, and social interaction. The Mother Goose on the Loose program promotes early literacy skills in the very young child. Appropriate for ages 0-3 and their adult caregivers ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children
Program Type: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics)
Registration Required
Event Details:
Join spectrUM for fun hands-on science fun.  Content suitable for ages 6-12 but all ages welcome. ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Photo Release

The North Valley Public Library reserves the right to utilize photographs or video taken at the library for publicity purposes in printed materials and online. All library patrons consent to the use of their photo during library events or programs. No names will be utilized in conjunction with photos without express written consent. By registering and attending the event or program, you waive all rights and claims for payment in connection with use in print or digital communications.

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.
This event is in the "Babies" group.
This event is in the "Toddlers" group.
This event is in the "Teen" group.

Summer Reading Challenges

1:00am - 11:45pm
Children, Babies, Toddlers, Teen
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Age Group: Children, Babies, Toddlers, Teen
Program Type: Summer Reading Program (SRP)
Registration Required
Event Details:
Spend the summer reading great books, and you can win fabulous prizes! Fill in a challenge card with the titles and authors of the books you’ve read between Monday, May 30 and Wednesday, August 3, 2022. For ages 0-18.      ...
This event is in the "Children" group.

Art with Annika

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Children
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children
Program Type: Arts & Crafts
Registration Required
Event Details:
In cooperation with Bitterroot Public Library, their Youth Services Librarian, Annika Riley is on loan to present her Bitterroot art programs here in Stevensville for five Thursdays this summer.  A big thank you to Annika and Mark, the Director ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Photo Release

The North Valley Public Library reserves the right to utilize photographs or video taken at the library for publicity purposes in printed materials and online. All library patrons consent to the use of their photo during library events or programs. No names will be utilized in conjunction with photos without express written consent. By registering and attending the event or program, you waive all rights and claims for payment in connection with use in print or digital communications.

Kindly stay home if you’re sick

This event is in the "Children" group.
This event is in the "Family" group.

Summer of Science with spectrUM Discovery

2:00pm - 4:00pm
Children, Family
Registration
Library Branch: North Valley Public Library
Room: Makerspace/ Community Room (Combined)
Age Group: Children, Family
Program Type: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics)
Registration Required
Event Details:
Join spectrUM for fun hands-on science fun.  Content suitable for ages 6-12 but all ages welcome. ...

Disclaimer(s)

Child Safety

When a child under 10 is participating in a library program, the parent or caregiver should remain in the building. Certain library programs may require a parent or assigned caregiver to provide contact information to library staff before leaving a child. The youth services specialist will have a procedure in place to ensure that children do not exit the building unattended during programs. Parents must follow this procedure.

Whether attending a children’s event or visiting the library in general, children ages 5 and under must be accompanied while using the restroom, either by their parent/guardian or older sibling.

Read the entire Child Safety Policy at northvalleylibrary.org

 

Photo Release

The North Valley Public Library reserves the right to utilize photographs or video taken at the library for publicity purposes in printed materials and online. All library patrons consent to the use of their photo during library events or programs. No names will be utilized in conjunction with photos without express written consent. By registering and attending the event or program, you waive all rights and claims for payment in connection with use in print or digital communications.

Kindly stay home if you’re sick