Ongoing programming at the Library
The fall session of the 2018 Story Hour has officially started. Fun for preschool children ages 3 – 6 including circle games, songs, fingerplays, felt board stories, books, crafts and more. Meet other parents. Join us for the socialization. Join us for the reading readiness skills we sneak in. Join us just for the fun of it.
Get together on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m.
First and third Wednesdays of the month, at 10:30 a.m.
The Gays Mills Public Library has activities for all ages. Story Hour has been an ongoing event for decades. Programs have been developed for the preschool set and center around a weekly theme. Story Hour happens every first and third Wednesday. Story Hour starts around the first Wednesday of October and ends in mid-May. At story hour we play circle games, sing songs, do fingerplays, tell and read stories and end up with an art project. Story Hour provides fun social opportunities for the young child and encourages participation and acceptance.
Second Wednesday of the month
For adults, the library, along with the Friends of the Gays Mills Public Library, has an ongoing Book Discussion group that gets together on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. The Book Discussion series began with grants and book selections from the Wisconsin Humanities Council. The group later decided to select their own materials. Book selections have included both fiction and nonfiction titles, often including award-winning titles.
An Eye to the Future
The Library strives to provide more programming that can be accommodated at the library, so new programs may be developing in the future. Check back in the future in case we have something you might like to participate in.
For more information regarding programming at the library, call 608-735-4331 or email the library.