The Livermore Public Library will re-start its children’s early learning classes this spring with outdoor, socially-distant sessions. Children and caregivers will enjoy stories and activities designed to encourage the development of early learning practices. Exploring literacy, science and math through music, stories, and play will help children get ready for school. Sessions run from April 5 – May 31, 2021 outside at the Civic Center Library.
Library early learning classes are free of charge. Some classes require registration, which will open on March 29. Masks are required for all attendees over age 2 and families are asked to observe social distancing. Please note that library will be closed during classes and no public restroom available. Classes are weather permitting.
Sing and Learn Babies
Babies from birth to 12 months with caregiver enjoy songs, action rhymes, and playtime, and share a book together in each lively session. This class gives your baby the opportunity to hear lots of language while you get to know other young families. On the lawn near the Storytime Room. Bring your own blanket. No registration required. Tuesday and Thursday classes are the same, please only attend once per week.
Tuesdays 10:15am at Civic Center Library
Thursdays 10:15am at Civic Center Library
Music and Movement
Registration required before coming to library for class. Space is limited. Enjoy songs and movement activities that build motor and social skills, and increase independence as well as language development in your child. We'll have lots of fun while moving to the music! Perfect for ages 1-5, but everyone is welcome. On the patio in front of the library’s main doors. Registration required before coming to the class. Call 925-373-5505 M-F 10am-6pm to sign-up. Monday and Wednesday classes are the same, please only attend once per week.
Mondays 10:15am at Civic Center Library
Wednesdays 10:15am at Civic Center Library
For further information, please call 925-373-5505