What's Going on for Kids!

Pre-K - Kindergarten

Tuesdays  at 10:00 A.M. 
September 6, 13, & 27;
 October 4, 11, & 25; 
November 1, 15, & 29. 
Storytime is a mix of crafts, stories, and music to help young children develop a love for reading. Parents and guardians can bring their 6-months to

five-year-old children.

Storytime at Night
6:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M.
Sept. 8 & Sept. 29;
Oct. 6 & Oct. 27;
November 3
Enjoy Storytime activities during
an evening session. On September 29th, we will have therapy dogs on site for a Read to the Dogs session.
Tiny Explorers
10:00 A.M.
September 20;
October 18;
November 22
Playing at a number of stations, children will learn fine motor skills with the help of manipulative toys. These activities are meant for children from ages 6 months to 5 years old.

Kindergarten through 5th Grade

Lego Building
Sat Sept. 10 & 24;

Sat October 8;
Sat Nov. 5 & 26
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Our Lego building blocks and your creativity can only add up to lots of fun at the library. Join us and other Lego enthusiasts for an afternoon of building fun.

American Girl Day
Sat October 1
12 Noon - 2 P.M.

Celebrate the 1930s with a Mother/Daughter movie date featuring a Kit Kittredge movie and craft of the era. 
For Moms and their children in 1st grade and older. This is a KALA (Kankakee Area Library Association)
One Book, One Community Event

Holiday Craft:
Little Witch

Sat October 22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
and Up
Join us for crafting time as we make a witch to use as a Halloween decoration.
All supplies are provided; there is no fee for this program.

Banzai! Financial Education

 Banzai! Financial Literacy
4th-8th Grade
Sat Nov. 12,
1:00 - 2:00 PM
& Mon Nov. 14,
6:30 - 7:30 PM

Banzai is a computer-based educational tool that helps teach the value of a dollar.                                   

Sponsored by Riverside Community Credit Union, the program starts with a pre-test, called Life Scenarios, that takes the participant through a group of life financial situations such as budgets, insurance, debt, and rent.

 Learning comes through computer games and a post-test. The Life Scenarios are age-appropriate for 4th—12th grades.