A STEM club just for kids ages 3-6! Each month we read a Curious George story, watch an episode, and do a related STEM activity. Presented through our Inquire Within program with WQED, powered by Deep Well Services! Free and no registration required.
Each month a new animal from Animal Friends comes to read with children at the Zelienople Area Public Library. Your child can bring their own book, homework, or choose a book here to read to the guest animal. We have been visited by dogs, cats, and even rabbits! Free and no registration required.
Toddler Storytime is geared toward children 18-36 months old. Filled with songs, rhymes, and stories, this 30-minute session also includes three age-appropriate STEM and literacy activity centers. Free and no registration necessary!
Preschool Storytime is geared toward children 3-5 years old. With a fiction and a nonfiction story each week, this Storytime is a great way to introduce literacy and social skills and prepare your child for school. This 45-minute session includes fiction and nonfiction stories, songs, and three age-appropriate STEM and literacy activity centers. Free and no registration necessary!
Our German Conversation Hour is for any level of German speaker. Beginners, potential travelers and native born speakers of all ages are welcome. Our group is a great bunch of people with real “gemutlichkeit” Meets the second Thursday of each month from 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm.
Our Genealogy Group is led by librarian and genealogy enthusiast Susan Ennis. Each month we learn about ways to research and then have time to work on our individual trees. The Library subscribes to Ancestry Library Edition for your use in the building. You can bring your own laptop or tablet or use Library equipment. Newcomers welcome. Volunteers will be available to help you navigate.
All local seniors are invited to come join us for the Senior Cafe. We talk about the Good Old Days and use music, video and objects to help jump start our memories. Meets the third Monday of the month at 11 am. Those with memory issues and their caregivers welcome.