Baby Bop is a babytime session aimed at caregivers and their children aged from birth to 2 years old.
The session runs for around 30 minutes and will include songs, rhyme, movement, stories and finger play. Come along and join the fun!
Thursdays 10-10:30 am on the ground floor at the Central Library during school term (except public holidays)
For the whole family including grandparents, uncles and aunties, older siblings, mums and dads that work and can’t make Thursday sessions.
First Saturday of the month except public holidays at 10.00am ground floor
Stories, music & Crafts for Preschoolers 2 to 4 years old
Come along and enjoy story-time, craft, activities and song!
Every Tuesday* at 1 – 2pm during the school term in the children’s area on the first floor at the Central Library.
Every Wednesday* at 10 – 11am during the school term on the ground floor at the Central Library.
* (except public holidays)
Global Tots multicultural playgroup is a group for people from other countries to bring their 0 to 5 year-olds for an hour of music, stories, puppets, crafts and more.
A wonderful opportunity to share your own culture and learn about others.
Free and no booking required
Enquiries to email@example.com
New dates coming soon….
A fortnightly book club for babies. Aimed at babies 0 – 1year but older siblings are welcome too.
Bring your baby’s favourite book to share or select from books provided. A happy informal group sharing and encouraging a love of early literacy.
Session immediately follows Baby Bop and will run for around 20 to 30 minutes.
Held Thursdays fortnightly from 1.30pm to 2.30pm on the ground floor of the main library, Little PALS is a group for preschool children with disabilities and their families.
Sessions will begin with a fun activity such as music, singing, stories, puppets and then move on to playtime where the children can have sensory fun and the parents/carers can have a coffee and chat.
Cost is free
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