Story Time

The library offers two different Story Time opportunities during the school year. All that is necessary to join these classes is an active library card and pre-registration.

If you would like to receive notifications about Story Times at the Seward Memorial Library such as reminders to register, cancellations, or other important information please text @slibstory to the number 81010 or visit

Pre-Three Story Time

  • Children under age 3 with an adult caregiver.
  • Stories, songs, nursery rhymes and finger plays will be shared.

Watch for dates when Pre-Three Story Time
will be offered next!

Toddler standing at Pre-3 Story Time with other parents and children in the background

Mom holding a toddler and baby on her lap during Pre-3 Story Time

Children playing with a shape puzzle during Pre-3 Story Time

Story Time

  • Children 3-6, who have not attended kindergarten yet, come independently to a group setting.
  • Classes begin with a time for the children to select books, followed by stories, songs and movement.
  • Story Times run for 12 weeks in the Fall and 12 weeks in the Spring.
  • Each child may check out a library bag for use during the 12 week session.

Story Time will begin the week of January 21.

*Our Wednesday and Thursday classes are currently full.

Child's First Name:

Child's Last Name:

Phone #:


Library Card #:

Parent's Name:


Please choose which day and time your child will attend each week:
Tuesdays 10:30-11:15 a.m.

Would you like to have a library bag checked out to your until May 1? If you select no, please bring your own bag for books.

List any allergies your child has that we should know about:

Photo Release:
I give permission to the Seward Memorial Library to use, publish and reproduce photograph(s) and/or video tape of my child for publicity and promotional/advertising purposes for the library via newsletters, websites, newspapers, and other print and/or electronic media.


Story time kids standing copying the teacher with arms raised

Story Time teacher reading to seated preschool children


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