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All programs take place in the Youth Services program room unless specified otherwise. If registration is needed, please contact the Youth Services department at 262-754-1814 or register in person.

 

Connected Parenting: Strategies for Parenting Young Children

Tuesday, May 1 | 10:00 - 11:30 am

Youth Program Room

Strategies for Parenting Young Children In our highly competitive, over-scheduled culture, we often have expectations of our children that they are not cognitively or physically ready to meet. Understanding where our children are developmentally and meeting them there is essential to successfully guide our children through their early years. During this session, we will discuss how to motivate desired behaviors, minimize overly emotional responses, and develop a strong sense-ofself in our children. This session primarily explores how to connect with children between 1 and 5 years old, but parents, grandparents and caregivers of children at any age can benefit. 

Registration is required. Children are welcome to attend. Flyer Here!

 


Family Earth Day Program Making Seed Balls

Sunday, April 22 1:30-2:30pm.

(Full- Registration is closed)

Outside—front of library

 All ages. Registration required.  Mix a recipe of dirt, clay, water and seeds to make gardening easy, fun and accessible for people of all ages. Registration is required for this program and space will be limited. Please contact the Adult Services desk (262-754-1815) to reserve a spot.

 

Guest at the Library Programs

For children ages 4-11 and an adult—sorry, no siblings younger than 4. Come to the library from 6:00-6:30pm to learn about the careers and interests of members of the New Berlin community! Registration is required and space is limited for each session.

 

Wildlife biologist Dianne Robinson with WI DNR:

April 23

 

 Tuesday Family Programs

Family fun for children and adults of all ages. Drop by the Youth Program room anytime between 5:30-7:30pm for family togetherness time. Registration is not needed.

 

Origami Fun:

April 17

 

LEGO CLUB

Lego Club is open to all ages! Children under the age of 5 MUST have an adult in the room. The library will provide Legos and Duplos. No pre-registration is required, however, participants should check in at the Youth Services Reference Desk. When room is filled to capacity (25 people), we will no longer be able to let others in.

Saturdays, 10:00—11:00am 

April 21

*Read to Lola/Tazer will follow Lego Club from 11:00am—12:00pm 

 

 

READ TO ROVER

Kids are encouraged to practice reading with a trained therapy dog, however even children who aren’t reading yet are welcome to talk with or pet the dogs. There are a lot of opportunities—and dogs—to choose from. All sessions are on a drop-in basis, no registration is required. Bring a book from home or school, or choose one from the library to read.

Mondays: March 5—April 30 Bo: March 12 and 26; April 9 and 23, 6:00-7:00pm Chloe: March 5 and 19; April 2, 16 and 30, 4:30-5:30pm

Tuesdays: March 6—April 24 Read to Bo: 6:00-7:00pm

Saturdays: March 3, 17 and April 7 (following Lego Club) Read to Lola: March 3; April 7, 11:00am-12:00pm Read to Tazer: March 17, 11:00-12:00pm

 

Meet the Dogs!

 

STORYTIMES

 

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