Infants, Toddlers & Pre-K

Infants, Toddlers, and Pre-K Programs - Spring

The Spring Green Community Library is an excellent place for young children to read, play, and learn. Our programs focus mostly on crafts and literacy. We also have a fantastic selection of children's books and dvd's, so there's definitely something for your child to enjoy! Come cozy up in warm, welcoming kids' area and read a book!


‣ Storytimes @ The Spring Green Community Library

Check out our Summer Library Program page for Summer Storytime details!

We offer storytimes in the Fall, Spring, and Summer! Storytimes typically consist of one or two books, some easy-to-learn songs, and a craft/activity. Parents are required to stay with their children for storytimes. Additionally, though we champion curiosity and expressiveness in children, we do ask that parents and guardians do their best to keep their child relatively quiet and focused in order to avoid distracting other children, and to ensure everyone's safety! We thank you so much for your cooperation, and we look forward to seeing you at the library!

Check out our website or facebook page for updates! You can also come into the library and sign up to be on our age 0-6 e-mail lists!

We are occasionally joined by wonderful guest readers from the Meadows Assisted Living & Memory Care in Spring Green who will read stories to the children! We're thrilled to foster intergenerational activities through this unique partnership.

• Pre-K Storytime: For kids ages 4-6. *On Break for Summer*

- Wednesdays @ 10:30 (Lasts around 35 minutes)

• Tiny Tots Storytime: For kids ages 0-3. *On Break for Summer*

- Fridays @ 10:00 (Lasts around 15 minutes)


‣ 1000 Books Before Kindergarten*On Break for Summer*

The Spring Green Community Library is proud to offer the "1000 Books Before Kindergarten" early literacy program to families in the community! This independent program encourages parents to read aloud to their young children to acquire important pre-reading skills. Designed for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, the program is to be completed before your child enters Kindergarten. Come into the library today to register and receive your program materials. Simply read to your child as much as possible, and track your progress. Fun rewards will be given out periodically and at the completion of the program. By reading just three stories a day, you and your child could reach 1000 books in  only one year!

-Contact Carrie with any questions at 608-588-2276, or come into the library!