Muhlenberg Community Library

Children's Programs and Events


Special Events for Children
Children's Holiday Party

Saturday December 10th from 2:00PM to 3:00PM

Children are invited to come meet Santa, do a holiday craft, have a treat and watch the Winter Wonderland Train run! It's also your parents' last chance to purchase our Basket Raffle Tickets!


Peter Rabbit Story Hour

Saturday January 7th 10:00AM to 11:00AM

Join Muhlenberg Community Library for an adventure exploring Peter Rabbit tales! This special hour will include stories, singing, and crafting little Peter Rabbit books as well as puppets. Enjoy a snack of some of his favorite vegetables and chamomile tea, too! Geared toward ages 4-8 years; however families are welcome. Please register at 610-929-0589. Participants receive a chance in MCL's free ticket raffle of 2 complimentary tickets for the Miller Center for the Arts showing of Peter Rabbit Tales on January 14th.


Special Valentine Making Event

Saturday February 11th 10:00AM to 11:00AM

Come hear a story about Valentine's Day,

At 10 am - listen to a book; we hope you will stay.

Make homemade Valentines and enjoy creating art,

What better way to say, "I love you," than a gift from the heart!


Reoccurring Children's Programs
Young Artists Club

1st and 3rd Mondays from 3:15 to 4:15 PM

The Young Artists Club is for aspiring artists. This club is free and no registration is required. Art projects are designed for Intermediate and Middle School aged artists.


Gamers Club

2nd and 4th Mondays from 3:15 to 4:15 PM

Flaunt your gaming skills as the library breaks out the Xbox 360 console for gamers ages 10 to 12. No registration require.


Baby Lap Sit

Tuesdays 10:00 to 10:30 AM

Where bubbles and books combine for a parent and baby story time. This story time is for ages newborn to 18 months. No registration required.


Toddler Storytime

Tuesdays 11:00 to 11:30 AM

Designed for ages 1-3, our Toddler Storytime includes rhymes, songs, short stories, and lots of movement. Older siblings are welcome to join in.


Lego Club

2nd and 4th Wednesdays 3:15 to 4:15 PM

For school-aged children. Bring your master builder skills. Or just your creativity. We provide the Legos! This club is free, and no registration is required. Legos are appropriate for school-aged children.


Therapy Dog Visits

2nd and 4th Wednesdays 6:30 to 7:30 PM

Visit with Chelsea, the Cavelier King Charles Spaniel, and Chip, the English Cocker Spaniel! Chelsea's interests include meeting and greeting kids, looking at picture books, listening to children read stories and wearing hats. Chip loves to meet new people, be petted, hear stories and sleep with his stuffy.


StoryRiders PreSchool Storytime

Thursdays from 1:00 to 2:00 PM

Buckle your seat belts and hop in with our own story rider, Miss Kim. Every week features a new theme with songs, creative play, crafts and, of course, stories! Geared toward ages 2-5. Older siblings are welcome. These events are free and no registration is required.

Storyriders!


Terrific Tots

Friday at 10:00 am

This interactive hour of story-telling, singing, dancing, and other activities is sure to engage the interests of children ages 2-5. Older siblings are welcome to join in. Terrific Tots is free, and no registration is required.


Block Parties

Once a month on Fridays 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Muhlenberg Community Library invites you to join our Block Party!

What is a Block Party? A Block Party features wooden blocks of all different shapes and sizes that are geared for children’s play. The Block Party consists of people figures, vehicles, and animals that children will be able to incorporate into their play.

Block Parties will be hosted one Friday each month after Terrific Tots Program from 11:00am-12:00. Children will have the opportunity to engage in a fun, educational program while also interacting with their playmates.

    Dates:
  • 12/16
  • 1/20
  • 2/17
  • 3/17
  • 4/21
  • 5/19
  • 6/16

The benefits of children’s block play: Children learn about their world through the skills of critical thinking and problem solving. They may also develop self-confidence. Play encourages language and literacy skills as well as creativity, and social and physical skills


**PLEASE NOTE –Library policy states that children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.