Join us for 3's & 4's Budding Bookworms - Stories & Songs for 3 & 4 year oldsevery Thursday at 10:30 am at Milpitas Library in the Activity Room. This program is for 3 to 4 year old children and the early literacy focus is on longer picture books, with flannel-board and other storytelling activities and finger-plays. Note: Children are encouraged to sit separate from their caregivers in the front half of the room in front of the storyteller to encourage independence. 5 year old children are welcome to attend.
*NOTE: In order to provide a safe environment, Doors will open 10 minutes before the program and will close 5 minutes after the program has started or when maximum occupancy is reached, whichever comes first.
Thursday, January 17 11 am--1 pm. 19419 Stevens Creek Blvd. (Near Panino Giusto)
The Cupertino Library Go Go Biblio brings a bit of the library to you. Meet us at Main Street Cupertino Thursday January 17th! We'll have books, Audiobooks, DVDs, plus fiction and non-fiction for children, teens and adults.
Baby Bouncers Lapsit is a story time program for infants and their caregiver, held every Thursday at 11:30 am at the Milpitas Library in the Activity Room. This story time is for non-walkers (babies in lap), pre-literacy focus on traditional nursery rhymes, lap bounces, body rhymes, songs, very short and simple picture books.
We will be reading Hello Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly to be completed by Thursday, January 17th at 4 pm when we will meet to discuss the book and participate in a fun activity associated with the book.
Just bricks and your imagination! Grades Kindergarten through 8th can build with our LEGO bricks in the Cupertino Library Storyroom. All LEGO creations stay at the library. Please leave your own LEGO bricks at home. LEGO Club will be held every third Thursday of the month. For more details contact the Children’s Reference Desk at 408-446-1677 ext 3320
It's A special Storytime for Young Ones at the Campbell Library EVERY Friday! Young Ones features programming geared toward 12-24 month-old youngsters. Stay and Plays will be held upstairs in the Children's Alcove after the Storytime!
Held in the Cupertino Library Parent's Corner. Children’s Librarian Jean will read story books, lead children with songs, flannel board story, finger play, games and craft project. Babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents and caretakers are welcome! 兒童圗書館員朱菊影將為小朋友唸圗畵繪本， 唱童謠，講 絨布板故事，唸 手指謠，玩逰戲和做美勞。歡迎幼兒們和家長, 褓母一起來學 !
It's Baby Time at the Campbell Library EVERY Friday! Baby Time features programming geared toward 0-12 month-old pre-walkers. This may include Baby Storytime, Baby Sign Language, Stay and Plays or guest presenters.
Thank you to the Friends of Campbell Library for funding our free programs!
Join us for an hour of creative play. Children
may choose to free build or complete a challenge. The library will
provide the LEGOs. This program is for children ages 5 - 12. We ask that younger siblings remain outside the Activity Room.Registration not required.
Space is limited to 35 attendees at one time. As space
becomes available, other children will be allowed in.
Join us for yoga classes designed specifically for kids every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month September -December! Along with yoga, each themed class is accompanied by other elements such as music, games, language, math, art, and storytelling.Classes are taught by Nancy Lloyde, a certified YogaKids teacher.
Come learn how to play a new boardgame, or bring an old favorite! Bay Area Games Day is a full day of convention-style open gaming that has been happening at the library since 1998. We play mostly more recent hobbyist games (the kinds that are popular on boardgamegeek.com), but also classic strategy games such as Catan or Pandemic, and family and party games. We welcome newcomers to hobby gaming, and families with children.
Open to kids 4 to 14 years of age This is a 3 week series:Saturday, January 5th 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Saturday, January 12th 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Saturday, January 19th 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Learn to make a 2-minute movie using an iPad and the iMovie app. We provide the gear. Completed movies will be shown and receive awards at the Poppy Jasper International Film Festival on April 3rd.
Free workshop. Sign up at sccl.org/events. Please sign up on the January 5, 2018 calendar entry. Drop-ins are welcome as space permits.
Young Filmmakers Workshops are made possible through a grant from the Morgan Hill Community Foundation to the Poppy Jasper International Film Festival, a nonprofit Community Benefit Corporation.