21
Feb
2017

Preschool Story Times for Ages 3-5

10:15 am -10:45 am

These 45-minute sessions are designed for preschoolers who enjoy more extended stories, movement, music and crafts. Adults stay with the children and younger siblings may attend but these sessions are developmentally appropriate for ages 3-5.

Registration System for All Story Times: Story times are “Ticketed Drop-In” which means there is no advance registration. On the day of the program, visit the Youth Services Information Desk and pick up a numbered ticket which will be available 15 minutes before the program begins. Most story times have 24 spots available.

21
Feb
2017

Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds

7:00 pm -8:00 pm
75 of 100 places available

Nationally acclaimed story teller and puppeteer Roan Judd will weave exciting tales based on both oral traditions and the written word in her presentation of Dragons, Dreams and Daring Deeds. Registration is requested. Limit 100. Register below or call the Youth Services Desk at (248) 246-3725.

22
Feb
2017

Family Story Times

10:15 am -10:45 am

These 30-minute story times for ages 5 and under with their adults incorporate many enjoyable pre-reading skills including stories, rhymes, songs, finger plays, movement, and a craft. The same program is repeated on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Registration System for All Story Times: Story times are “Ticketed Drop-In” which means there is no advance registration. On the day of the program, visit the Youth Services Information Desk and pick up a numbered ticket which will be available 15 minutes before the program begins. Most story times have 24 spots available.

23
Feb
2017

Baby Size!

10:15 am -10:45 am

These story times are for the youngest children, infants to 15 months, and their caregivers. Enjoy 30 minutes of literacy building activities for babies including songs and rhymes and sharing board books. Older siblings may attend, but these sessions are designed for babies up through 15 months old. Join the fun!

Registration System for All Story Times: Story times are “Ticketed Drop-In” which means there is no advance registration. On the day of the program, visit the Youth Services Information Desk and pick up a numbered ticket which will be available 15 minutes before the program begins. Most story times have 24 spots available.

23
Feb
2017

Video Games for Tweens: Ages 7-11

4:30 pm -5:30 pm
19 of 20 places available

Chill out playing video games on our Xbox 360 with Kinect, Wii and Game Cube. Registration is requested. Limit 20. Register below or call the Youth Services Desk at (248) 246-3725.

23
Feb
2017

Teen Video Games

6:30 pm -7:30 pm
20 of 20 places available

Kick back playing video games on our Xbox 360 with Kinect, Wii, and GameCube. Snacks provided. Bring a friend! Registration is required. Limit 20. Register below or call the Youth Services Desk at (248) 246-3725.

25
Feb
2017

ESL Saturday Morning Conversations

10:30 am -11:30 am

Practice conversational English in a relaxed setting with other ESL learners on Saturday mornings from 10:30am to 11:30am in the library's auditorium. A brief video or presentation will be shared at the beginning of the hour to introduce the week’s topic and offer conversation starting points. Registration is not required. For more information call the Adult Reference Desk at (248) 246-3727.

25
Feb
2017

Senior Program Series: Michigan Rx Card

11:00 am -1:00 pm
98 of 100 places available

Join us on Saturday, February 25, 11:00 am to 12 noon to learn about the Michigan Rx Card, a free statewide discount prescription assistance program launched to help uninsured and under insured residents afford their medications. The card, when presented at a major pharmacy, will save patients 30% to 70% off the cost of their prescriptions. Participating pharmacies include Kmart, CVS, Meijer, Rite Aid, Target, Walmart, Walgreens and Sam’s Club. There are no income or age limitations and no applications to fill out. Rich and Kelly French will distribute cards to attendees and will answer questions after their presentation. Registration is requested. Limit 100. Register below or call the Adult Reference Desk at (248) 246-3727 to sign up for this free program.

Please note that parking is free at the Royal Oak Farmers Market lot until 1:00 pm on Saturdays.

 

 

25
Feb
2017

Carl Cafagna and The Creole Kitchen

3:00 pm -4:30 pm
90 of 100 places available


Carl Cafagna and The Creole Kitchen will be here for a Mardi Gras music celebration with songs like When the Saints Go Marchin’ In, Bourbon St. Parade and Tiger Rag.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Royal Oak Public Library.

27
Feb
2017

Family Story Times

10:15 am -10:45 am

These 30-minute story times for ages 5 and under with their adults incorporate many enjoyable pre-reading skills including stories, rhymes, songs, finger plays, movement, and a craft. The same program is repeated on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Registration System for All Story Times: Story times are “Ticketed Drop-In” which means there is no advance registration. On the day of the program, visit the Youth Services Information Desk and pick up a numbered ticket which will be available 15 minutes before the program begins. Most story times have 24 spots available.