Practice your reading skills with a friendly and gentle dog! Read to a trained therapy dog and volunteer handler from the Pet Prescription Team.
Parent permission and sign-up is required.
Recommended for school age children.
Hosted by: La Mirada Library
Unlike honey bees that live in large hives, mason bees live alone, and need places to shelter and lay their eggs. They also pollinate more plants than honey bees do, and are less likely to sting you! So become a friend to these helpful bees, and learn to build a bee hotel for your garden. All materials will be provided by the library, while supplies last.
Open to ages 5 and up.
Hosred by: Quartz Hill Library
We'll share fun fingerplays, bounces, and books, and you'll learn easy, enjoyable ways to practice important pre-reading skills with your baby. For children ages 6 - 24 months.
Linnea Richards conducts a musically rewarding and motivating class for babies and toddlers and their parents and caregivers.
Join us for the fun every Friday morning!
Hosted by: Agoura Hills Library
This support group provides a place to share common concerns and experiences for parents of children with special needs. Get support, advice and encouragement from parents like you.
This is a Spanish-language support group.
Come learn about child development and parenting topics while bonding with your child. In this class your child will enjoy stories, songs and build early literacy skills.
Children ages 0 - 5 and their caregivers are invited to a drop-in play date at the library. Developmentally appropriate toys and books will be provided.
You and your baby/toddler are invited to a fun, educational storytime full of stories, fingerplays, action rhymes, songs, and dancing!
For children ages 0-4 and their adult caregiver.
Hosted by the Pico Rivera Library
Join us for toddler storytime; a program that features interactive stories, rhymes, and music designed for toddlers 18 months to three years old and their caregivers.
Hosted by La Canada Flintridge Library
Join us for workshops in which caregivers and their children ages 0 - 36 months can meet, chat, share, and play together with developmentally appropriate toys and activities. Each week a different community expert will be available to informally answer any questions you may have.
Registration is required. Please speak with the Children's Librarian to register or for more information.