Baby & Preschooler Drop-in Program Descriptions

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For you and your littles! Explore the various early literacy and play programs at the library. View the current program calendar for babies and preschoolers.

Baby Rhyme Time

A program for newborn babies to infants 12 months old and their adult caregivers. Come prepared to have fun with baby. Please bring a blanket for baby to lie on. Lots of music, rhymes, tickles and bounces.

Family Storytime

A special storytime perfect for families with children 5 and younger.

Mini Math

Let's count, name shapes, make patterns, and have fun! Try hands-on activities that develop early numeracy and pre-literacy skills. Ages 1 to 5 with adult caregiver participation.

Mini Playdate

Bring your little ones for a fun and interactive play session. Be ready to play, explore, discover, and create together. Drop in anytime. Ages 0 to 5 with adult caregiver participation.

Mini Tinker Time

Explore, design, build, and discover! Hands-on activities using structures and simple tools. Ages 1 to 5 with adult caregiver participation.

Mother Goose & Baby Play and Chat

Together with adult caregivers, we share the power and pleasure of rhymes and songs designed to connect with your child and encourage their development. Included at the end of each session is some talk time for adults to ask questions and socialize.

Presented by ROCK EarlyON Child & Family Centre.

PJ Storytime

Get ready for bed with us! Wear your pyjamas, bring your favourite stuffie or blanket, and join us for stories, songs, and rhymes. Perfect for families with children ages 6 and younger.

Teddy Bear Picnic

Bring your teddy bear and blanket, and come for a fun morning of songs, stories, rhymes, and activities. For little ones up to two years old and their caregivers.

Presented by ROCK EarlyON Child & Family Centre.

Tales for Toddlers

Have fun with your toddler! Come for stories, music, songs and rhymes geared to toddlers 12 to 36 months old who are actively exploring their world and developing social skills. Children must be accompanied by their adult caregiver.