Looking for fun activities this time of year to entertain the little ones can be a challenge. In Oregon during the winter months its cold and wet. That combined with half-day preschool or Kindergarten is pretty much a recipe for disaster. Or is it?
The Eugene Public Library (EST 1898 with two branches) is well known for having a plethora of books (both traditional and electronic) as well as being a center for events for teens and adults; from book-clubs to 'how to' seminars teaching the basic of computers or using an ebook.
What you may not know is that the Eugene Public Library also provides fun events for your children. From story-times to song and dance you are sure to find something your own child will enjoy.
The Eugene Public Library's children's activities provide a space for parents and there children to have fun together inside away from the wet cold outside and does so in a group where parents can meet one another and little ones can make friends for play dates. The Eugene Public Library has unique activities (apart from standard storytime) such as:
Cuentos y Canciones (Stories & Songs in Spanish) Para familias y niños pequeños, se presenta solamente en español.
Dog Tale Time. Kids: build skills reading aloud to trained dogs.
Preschool Storytime: Black History Month Play
Additionally there are activities provided for special needs children. Called 'Sensory Storytime' it integrates stories, song and word play designed with special needs children in mind with a high target for children needing sensory integration.
Information about activity dates for children can be found online at:
or in person at: The Eugene Public Library, 100 West 10th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401