Children's Programming at the Public Library for Union County

Just for Kids

March 1, 2021 to March 31, 2021

Public Library Union County

The Public Library for Union County


Online Preschool Storytime LIVE with Ms. Davena
Tuesdays 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Join Ms. Davena for online storytime. Sing songs, read books, and learn some simple ASL signs centered around a different theme each week. For ages 3-5. Links for accompanying activities and crafts are included in the description below each video. View LIVE on or view later on YouTube at

Online Baby Storytime LIVE with Ms. Davena
Fridays   11:00 am – 11:30 am

Join Ms. Davena for an online storytime based on the "Mother Goose on the Loose" program, which shows that children learn best through routine and repetition in a nurturing environment. Learn songs, rhymes, fingerplays, and simple ASL signs. For ages 0-2. View LIVE on or view later on YouTube at

Lego Challenge Club
Wednesday, March 3
First Wednesday of Each Month

Check in on the first Wednesday of each Month to receive your new challenges. Send in your photos via email to Ms. Davena to be posted to our online Lego Club Gallery. Must register in order participate and to view the gallery. To register call the library at 570-523-1172 or register online.


Basic American Sign Language Zoom Class
Thursday, March 4 & 18 – 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Join Ms. Davena every other week, via ZOOM, for live instruction and interaction in Basic ASL. Each class builds on the previous lesson, so regular attendance is STRONGLY encouraged. For ages 6-12 (Must be able to read). All registrants must have a computer or device connected to the internet to participate and provide an email address to obtain the link to join the program on the day of the class. Register online.


The Union County Library System—The Public Library for Union County, Lewisburg; Herr Memorial Library; Mifflinburg; and West End Library, Laurelton—is hosting these events. All programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. For additional information, visit the UCLS website at online calendar:

ReImagine, ReFresh, RePurpose

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Now more than ever, children need safe spaces to explore, create and learn. The Public Library for Union County is a place families have always turned to for quality programming. We anticipate the new Children's Library will be a great learning resource for our community.


Our ReImagine, ReFresh, RePurpose Campaign is making physical changes to our building that:

  • relocate and expand our children’s library to provide essential programs and materials for early learning, children’s STEAM education and family support
  • ·offer quiet, convenient and comfortable spaces for adult library users to read, connect, work, and relax
  • provide furnishings and space configurations that can adapt to future needs, including social distancing

Learn more about the project and how you can support it by contacting one of our Campaign Cabinet members today, emailing us at [email protected] or visiting:









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