Meeting Room - Dole Branch

After the Bell

It's our weekly after-school program for kids in 1st through 5th grade! Activities include crafts, movies, plays, and contests. All are welcome, no registration required.

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After the Bell

It's our weekly after-school program for kids in 1st through 5th grade! Activities include crafts, movies, plays, and contests. All are welcome, no registration required.

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Toddler Tales

Join us for a fun storytime tailored just for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Open to all, no registration required.

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Toddler Tales

Join us for a fun storytime tailored just for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Open to all, no registration required.

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Toddler Tales

Join us for a fun storytime tailored just for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Open to all, no registration required.

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Toddler Tales

Join us for a fun storytime tailored just for 2s and 3s, with a caregiver. Open to all, no registration required.

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Peekaboo, I Love You: Baby Storytime!

Join storyteller/music teacher Miss Pat in this special class in which music and language partner to uncover new ways to say “I love you." Get ready to sing, bounce, tickle, sway, rock, and tap your toes to children’s songs from Sweden, New Zealand, Scotland, France, and America! For babies up to 18 months with a caregiver. Register in person, online at oppl.org/events or by calling 708.386.9032 beginning July 18.

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Wiggles and Giggles: Interactive Storytime!

Come sing, dance, and play instruments with storyteller/music teacher Miss Pat! This lively class will have your child wiggling, leaping, hopping, and finding silly ways to move, all while boosting his or her independence. For kids 1 1/2 to 3 1/2 with caregiver. Register in person, online at oppl.org/events or by calling 708.386.9032 beginning July 18.

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Inspiration: Living Life Mindfully - The Happiness Project

Sitting on the bus one day, author Gretchen Craft Rubin realizes her life is zipping along and wonders if she can't make her days happier. A "Resolution Chart" with specific activities for each month helped her define happiness and become happier with her very good life. The happiness project: why I spent a year trying to sing in the morning, clean my closets, fight right, read Aristotle, and generally have more fun reflects a change of the mind, not a change of location.

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Dole Branch Library Closed

Closed for holiday

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