Early Literacy & Children's Programming

Activities for Young Children
shutterstock_366282227The City of Melissa Public Library offers specialized programming for children as young as infants up to school age children.  Here are some of the wonderful programs we currently offer:

Littles Meet-Up for Play! 
Toddlers and preschoolers meet in the Childrens' Section at the Melissa Public Library each Monday from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. for a parent-led playtime. Your child may bring ONE toy to share (will go back home afterward). As much for mommies as for kidlets! Again, this is not a formal library programbut an open-playtime and no structured activities are scheduled. Just come in and visit!

Get Moving and Groovin: 
These classes will end after June 1st and will then resume again in Septemeber 2018

Creative Movement with Irina Cowles, from LIFT of Van Alstyne - Open class for Parents and Boys/Girls ages 2-5 with intro to basic dance,  development of fine and gross motor skills and social skills development, and lots of fun with music and play! This may be offered bi-monthly, stay tuned.  Join us monthly on the 2nd Friday, 11:15-11:45 a.m. in Melissa Municipal Courtroom at Melissa City Hall (Ages 2-5)

Bilingual Music & Movement with Lola - Open (Spanish/English) Class for Parents and Littles  Come get your wiggles out and expand your vocabulary with music, stories, and play! Join us monthly on 1st and 3rd Fridays, 11:15-11:45 a.m. in Melissa Municipal Courtroom at Melissa City Hall (Ages 0-6)

**Please note that program dates are subject to change and may be bumped due to other events and activities.  Questions?  Email Children's Librarian Leslie Chaney for more information or questions.