Events for children & families at the Klamath County Library
Downtown Klamath County Library
There’s always something going on for children and families at the downtown Klamath County Library!
- Toddler Romp: every other Monday at 10:30 am (April 3rd and 17th). Toddlers and parents interact at educational “sensory play” stations together. Toddler romp is suggested for children ages 12 to 36 months.
- Baby Storytime: Tuesdays at 11 am. Enjoy stories, songs and games with your little ones. This event is aimed at newborns and infants, but all are welcome.
- Music and Movement: Tuesdays at 3:30 pm. Children and parents get into the groove with music and dance. Join us for stories, games and more! Suggested for children 4 and up.
- Coding Club: every other Thursday at 3:30 pm (April 13th and 27th). Learn basic computer programming skills! This group is for aspiring coders ages 8-18.
- Lego Club: every other Thursday at 3:30 pm (April 6th and 20th). Let’s build Lego projects together! Each week we’ll have a new building challenge. This club is for builders ages 8 to 18.
- Preschool Storytime: Fridays at 10:30 am. Come for stories, crafts and songs. Suggested for children 3 to 5.
- Pet Partners and Angels in Whiskers: Saturdays at 10:30 am. Read with therapy dogs! They’re very good listeners. All ages welcome.
- Family Movie: first Saturday of the month (April 1st) with a craft at 1:30 pm and a film at 2 pm. Join us for a fantasy adventure! Eleven-year-old Pete’s only friend in the world is Elliot, a huge green dragon that took him in after a car crash killed both of Pete’s parents when Pete was five. When a lumber crew disturbs Pete and Elliot’s secret forest home, Pete finds himself back among ordinary humans. The adults see Elliot as a monster, though… The film is rated PG and runs for 103 minutes.
Registration for these events is not required, but children under 10 should come with a parent or guardian, please. For more information, please call 541-882-8894 or visit the library website at www.klamathlibrary.org.