Due to the covid-19 pandemic, in-person programming at the library is suspended until further notice. Please have at look at our virtual programming options for kids below.
We host many regularly occurring programs for children both weekly and throughout the year. To learn more about these programs, click the links below
Our storytime videos are short but very sweet! Kate, our children’s librarian, will virtually visit with your children for a wave hello, a cup of tea, a book (of course!), a few songs and rhymes, and the much loved felt story.
The 15 minute long pre-recorded storytime videos are for kids of all ages, and we will be sharing a new video on our Facebook page every Tuesday morning.
Once the videos are released, you can watch them anytime on the Storytime Playlist on Facebook.
Live Storytimes – online on Zoom
Come share in stories, songs, rhymes, movement, and puppets in our fun and interactive online storytimes. These live storytimes will be happening online on Zoom. Registered participants will be emailed an invitation with a link to the Zoom meeting.
Registration required for all live storytimes:
Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – please put “Storytime” in the subject line.
Storytime fun for Kids ages 3-5: Come share in stories, songs, rhymes, movement, and puppets in this fun, interactive storytime.
Ages: Best suited for kids ages 3-5
Time: Wednesdays 4:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Teddy bear storytime
Tune into the Library’s Teddy Bear Storytime in your pyjamas! Bring along your favourite snuggle buddy to listen to stories, rhymes, and puppets in this interactive Storytime.
Ages: Great for toddlers, but open to all ages
Time: Wednesdays at 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Join us with your baby to learn new songs and rhymes and to be introduced to our collection of picture books for the youngest audience. Connect with other families and the Squamish Library.
Ages: Newborn – 18 months
Time: Fridays 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Summer Reading Club
The Summer Reading Club is a free program offered by public libraries across the province. Each summer, approximately 85,000 children participate by signing up for reading records and/or joining in the weekly programs that promote literacy and a love of reading. Studies show that summer reading clubs motivate kids to read regularly, so they help to maintain or improve reading skills while school is out. They make reading fun, too. Kids may read whatever they like, wherever they wish.
All school-aged children are welcome to join. We encourage every child of every reading ability to open a book that is perfect for them!