Our Youth Services librarians are back online, bringing families stories, songs, and storytime magic to foster of a love of reading and promote the development of early literacy skills.
From June 7 – July 28, we will offer interactive storytime on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at 10 a.m. on either Facebook Live (Mondays; no registration required) or Zoom (Tuesdays and Wednesdays; registration required). Find all the details here: https://www.ecpubliclibrary.info/kids/storytime-online/
Check out a summer Storytime Kit! Packed with activity scarves, music makers, bubbles, song and rhyme sheets, and other items, our Baby/Toddler Storytime Kits and Family Storytime Kits are designed to enhance your storytime experience and provide continuous opportunities for early literacy fun at home. It is not necessary to have a Storytime Kit to participate, but it does up the fun factor! Pick up a kit at the Youth Services desk starting Tuesday, June 1, while supplies last.
New this summer! We are thrilled to partner with Family Resource Center to offer “Practical Parenting” facilitated discussions after Baby/Toddler storytime on Tuesdays. A parent educator will present a brief parenting topic and lead an interactive discussion. Come meet other parents, discuss common parenting issues, and get your questions answered.
If you have any questions, please contact Youth Services at 715-839-5007 or email@example.com.
The library’s Dabble Box room—a DIY makerspace offering educational STEAM projects and equipment—is on hiatus while the library is using its temporary location. However, Dabble Box staff will be venturing outdoors this summer to offer creative play and projects through a rotating selection of activities such as coding and robotics, water coloring, button making, and more.
Weather permitting, beginning June 1, the BookBike and the Dabble Box will be in Owen Park on Mondays, 9 a.m.–noon; and in Carson Park on Wednesdays, 9 a.m.–noon.
The L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library’s annual Summer Library Program kicks off today!
Nurture your child’s interest in reading by signing them up for the Summer Library Program. Reading during the summer months helps prevent summer slide, a decline in reading ability and academic skills. Research shows that participation in summer reading programs can increase reading skills, motivation, confidence, and enjoyment. Find out how to get started below!
Summer Reading Program
Youth ages 0 to 18 can earn a free book this summer by participating in the Summer Library Program.
It’s as easy as 1–2–3!
- Sign up anytime, June 1–August 14.
- Read (or be read to) and complete activities.
- Complete your reading goal and activities by August 14 to earn your free book!
How to Start…
- Pick up your reading record from the Youth Services desk (2725 Mall Drive, Eau Claire) or from the BookBike.
- OR download and print your reading record.
- OR download Beanstack, a reading record app (available through the Apple Store or Google Play).
Want to know more? Check out our Summer Library Program page to sign-up, download our event flyer, and so much more.
Questions? Call 715-839-5007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org