We just added a new type of kit to our Little Things collection: Storytime Kits! Storytime Kits are geared towards children birth to five and support the development of early literacy skills. Each kit has a theme and includes books, toys, and an activity sheet. More of these kits are also on the way! Learn more here.Continue Reading
The Youth Art Show exhibit is now on display in the library! Stop by to view the 50 creative pieces in the Elmwood Room and in a display case on the youth end of the library, and vote for your favorites to win the People's Choice Award. (Elmwood Room exhibit/voting not available August 2.)Continue Reading
The Association for Library Service to Children creates summer reading booklists each year. These lists are full of book titles to keep children engaged in reading throughout the summer. Check them out!Continue Reading
Interested in volunteering at the library this summer? DTDL is currently accepting applications for teen volunteers, ages 13-18, to help with summer programs and around the library. Download the application or stop by the Youth Services desk.
Families Forward of Community Mental Health are offering fun and engaging skills-based groups for ages 3-14 at the library to help youth learn practical skills to manage stress, improve social skills, and have fun while doing it! Learn more here.
For kids in kindergarten through third grade. Join us on Zoom each month as we discover, design, create, and construct with hands-on and interactive science, technology, engineering, art and math projects!
DTDL & GLADL are excited to present Battle of the Books 2022. Our 14th annual program will include a mix of virtual events, at-home activities, and an in-person battle, with engaging reads, fun activities, and friendly competition. Learn moreContinue Reading