Fun Teen Summer Volunteer Opportunities Grades 6-12 ~Produce and direct Reader's Theater performance, ~Create and perform a preschool storytime ~Be a robotics mentor,~Be a Book Buddy mentor ~Applications can be picked up in the Children's Room Deadline for applications April 20th.
Our Volusia County Public Library e-Labs offer the following services:
Basic computer skills assistance, Internet access for job searches
and completing applications, Email account set-up assistance, Cover
Letter and Resume editing and access to online government applications such as:
Unemployment Claims, Food or Housing Assistance, and Social Security
website access. A VCPL Library Card is not required to use the eLab
Storytime for 2-year-olds. Songs, stories,
flannel boards, music, puppets, and more age-appropriate activities to
encourage early literacy. Please note that we also offer the same
program on Tuesdays at 11:00 if it is more convenient time.
Join us for a special storytime about counting for lap babies who are not yet walking and their caregivers. Based on the Mother Goose on the Loose program. Books, nursery rhymes, fingerplays, music, bouncing, clapping, sensory activities, bubbles, and lift-the-baby fun!
Calling all knitters, we’re starting a knitting club! Socialize and share your wisdom! Everyone one from never-held-a-needle-novice to advanced knitters are welcome. Feel free to bring your own projects, or use our yarn and needles during the program!
Listen and learn while the librarian shares books, flannels
and songs about counting and sharing. Parents and
children enjoy a special time reading together, while waiting
for "Shake it UP!" to begin. For Children 2-6 years and their
Aimed at ages 3-5.A preschool fitness program designed to help
improve coordination, motor skills, rhythm & flexibility.Children must have a grown up with them to
assist with the activities.No pre-registration
required. Participants are invited to
stick around afterward for the Ready-to-Learn Pre-K Storytime at 11:00.
Little Readers Storytime consists of books, songs, rhymes and flannel board stories for toddlers and preschoolers. A coordinating craft for young children is provided, immediately following storytime. Ages 18 months - 5 years old.
and counting set to music, are the stars of this exciting action and movement program.
Children learn to share by playing together using the balance beam and tunnel.Early concepts of starting, stopping, and
following directions are aided with bean bags, shakers and musical
chairs. For children 2-6 years and their caregivers.
You won’t want to miss this storytime for babies that are just beginning to walk (up until 24 months) and their caregivers. Books, rhymes, music, toys, movement, sensory activities, and more, all related to counting!
Get ready wiggle worms! Using bean bags, balls, scarves, instruments and more, little ones will gain more confidence with balance and coordination, small and gross motor skills, and following direction. Parents and caregivers can join in on the fun.
Preschool storytime for 3 to 5 year olds. Stories, flannelboards,
songs, rhymes, interactive & sensory activities, music-making and
much more! The program usually
lasts 30-40 minutes plus time to socialize afterward. This week's theme "It's Money Week" will include stories, songs, rhymes, sensory and other activities having to do with money, shopping, and counting.
Learn how to avoid Identity Theft with this Money Smart Week at the library. Shana Guidry from Regions Bank will be here to explain how to protect yourself, your finances, and your personal information from the outside world.
Learn tips from the book, Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half by Steve & Annette Economides. Sample Steve's Killer Pancakes, the author's all time favorite "from scratch" pancake recipe. Please bring your favorite pancake topping to share. Limited samples are available.
Please join us as Andrew Schorr of R.L.K. Advisory Group discusses issues such as annuities, historical market trends, life expectancy, investment frees, and more. Presented by Investment Advisor Andrew Schorr. Sponsored by the Friends of the Port Orange Regional Library.