The children's programs of the Douglas County Public Libraries are free and full of fun! We offer an open invitation to Moms, Dads, Grandparents, Home Schoolers, and Children of all ages to come participate.
We include music, finger plays, and rhymes with our stories. We also incorporate a craft for each child to take home.
Preschool Storytime is an opportunity for young children to be introduced to literacy through books, storytelling, puppets, flannel board stories, and LOTS of interaction with the storyteller and other preschoolers
Family Storytime is geared for families with children pre-k through 5th. Held on evenings and weekends, family storytime is perfect for families to come together and for working parents that cannot make it to our regular morning programs.
Afterschool Kids Zone is a monthly afterschool program offered at the Douglas County Branch for students aged 6-12 and their parents. No preschoolers please. Activities include arts & crafts, stories, and otehr hands-on projects.
L@L:Learning at the Library is an afterschool program offered at teh Lithia Springs Branch and includes arts & crafts, poetry, and hands-on projects geared toward students ages 6 and up.
Storytime - Lithia Springs Branch
Dig Into Reading 2013
Join Ms. Cristina on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. for preschool storytime!
For elementary aged students, join Ms. Cristina on Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. L@L: Learning at the Library.Lithia Springs Library Children's Specialist Cristina Kirkham, 770.944.5931
Children's Programs - Dog River Branch
Join Ms. Duffie on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. for preschool storytime!
Dog River Library Children's Specialist Duffie Yarbrough, 770.577.5186
Children's Programs - Douglas County Branch
Join Ms. K on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. for preschool storytime with Ms. K!
Afterschool Kids Zone takes place once a month for school aged students. Be sure to check with the DC Branch for more information
Douglas County Library Children's Specialist Sheila Kypta, 770.920.7125
Thanks to a generous grant from Google and the Junior League of Douglas County, we have two Early Literacy computer learning stations at each branch. These computers are geared for children ages 3 to 10, and a full of fun and educational software!