The Sequim Library hosts multiple story times for youths and families starting in early January.

The Sequim Library hosts multiple story times for youths and families starting in early January.

Sequim Library shares stories with families, youths of all ages

Weekly story times for preschoolers, wigglers and babies resume on Wednesday, Jan. 3, at the Sequim Library, 630 N. Sequim Ave.

“Preschool Storytime” for ages 3-5 takes place at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday, and “Baby Storytime” for ages 0-12 months is at 2 p.m. every Wednesday.

“Wiggly Storytime” for children ages 1-3 is offered at 10:30 a.m. each Thursday.

There is also the newly added “Evening Storytime,” designed for families, slated for the first and third Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.

All age recommendations for each story time are guidelines, so all children are welcome at any time.

The story time sessions continue through May 22.

“Baby Storytime” features fun action songs and nursery rhymes with time for parents and caregivers to meet and visit after each session.

“Preschool Storytime” programs include age-appropriate books, music, rhymes, and action songs that will get them excited about learning.

“Wiggly Storytime” caters to little ones who are just learning to move around on their own. There will be plenty of action songs and activities that are designed to let them learn while they move around.

“Evening Storytime” is a chance for busy families to enjoy story time together. Children enjoy a few stories, laugh and wiggle to some rhymes and songs, and have fun wearing their pajamas to the library.

For more information about these and other programs for families and youth, call the Sequim Library at 360-683-1161, email to [email protected] or visit www.nols.org. Storytime programs are supported by the Friends of Sequim Library.

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