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 library newsletters or sign up for the Remind service above to find out when the next Pre-3 Story Time will be offered!

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 Times will start the week of January 8!

Story Time Registration

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.Thursdays 3:45-4:30 p.m.

The sessions on Tuesdays from 9:30-10:15 a.m. and Wednesdays from 9:30-10:15 a.m. are now full.

Please select if you would like to:
bring your own bag for bookshave a library bag checked out to you until May 1

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  Toddler standing at Pre-3 Story Time with other parents and children in the backgroundStory Time teacher reading to seated preschool children

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