- By Margaret Adam and Rudy Yisak
- Posted Tuesday, September 19, 2017
A is for AUTUMN Sensory Storytime at Rural Hall Branch
What better season for exploring sights, sounds, and textures than fall? Children with sensory integration challenges or with typical development are invited to a slightly different storytime. Sensory Storytimes accommodate a wide range of traits and ages without regard for quiet listening or still sitting. All kinds of kids are welcome to gather for an engaging half-hour at the library followed by some optional indoor playtime.
Youth Services Librarians Ms. Rudy and Ms. Margaret will present an interactive felt-board story, seasonal songs and rhymes, and two simple crafts. Bubbles, scarf play, and parachute play will round out the fun .
Join us for A IS FOR AUTUMN Sensory Storytime at Rural Hall Branch, easy to reach via University Parkway or Highway 52 North.
7125 Broad Street, Rural Hall, NC, 27045
11 - 11:30 am
Saturday, September 23rd
Free and open to the public for ages 0-17 with families or caregivers.
No registration necessary.
Call 336-703-2970 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.