Preschool Story Times
Story times promote the early literacy skills that children from birth to age 5 need for reading and school readiness by encouraging them to talk, sing, read, write and play. See the full schedule for Winter 2015 Story Time Schedule that run January 26 – March 6, 2015 at the Main Library and the Town Branch, or check the Calendar of Events for more details. In-person registration begins January 12, 2015 at the MAIN Library. Call (845) 563-3623 for more information.
Enjoy special early literacy programming during the Winter for our youngest patrons and their caregivers! Events include family story times, art for preschoolers, and music and movement programs. For more information about each program, check the Calendar of Events.
The Newburgh Free Library has a lot to offer to preschool children:
- A large picture book collection
- Movies and music you can borrow and take home to enjoy
- AWE Early Literacy Stations™ with a variety of learning games
- Programs, including story times, music and movement, preschool art and more!
Our goal is to introduce young children to the library as a fun place to be, and to help children develop a lifelong love of reading.
Story Time Programs are offered seasonally during the winter, spring and fall for preschoolers from birth up to age 5. Check the online calendar for these and other early literacy programs for young children.
Want to get a Newburgh Free Library card? Even babies who live in the Newburgh Enlarged City School District are eligible to have a card!
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The Library also has a Museum Pass membership program, which includes the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan and other places that might interest families with children of all ages.