Calendar of events
Our sneaky elf is out and about! Look for Elfina around the Clarksburg library every day from December 1-15.
Come practice with a reading buddy! UCD students Lela and Vanessa will be on hand on Monday and Saturday afternoons to help you improve your reading skills. For ages 5-12.
Join us for music, rhymes, books, and fun! All families welcome; best for children age 1-5.
Davis Makerspace is a community workspace for makers and builders, designers and inventors. A small assortment of tools will be available for use and staff or volunteers will be on hand to provide some assistance. Supervised children are welcome. Participants must provide a signed liability waiver (available on site).
All levels of learners are welcome. Group meets in the Small Conference Room.
Join Ms. Sue for virtual Mother Goose on the Loose, on Zoom! https://yolocounty.zoom.us/j/98471793400
Use meeting ID: 984 7179 3400
An award-winning program for children ages 2-3 and their parents and caregivers that combines music, movement, visual literacy and language development. Mother Goose on the Loose helps children develop emotionally and socially while encouraging a positive attitude towards learning!
A lap-sit program best for children under one year and their parents/caregivers to promote language and social development through songs, stories, rhymes, and play.
Join Ms. Sue for Mother Goose on the Loose… on the LAWN!
Mother Goose on the Loose is an award-winning early literacy program for toddlers (ages 2-3) and their grown-ups. It combines music, movement, rhymes, and books to help young children develop language skills, social and emotional skills, general knowledge about the world, and a love of learning.
Every Tuesday on the lawn north of the Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library (weather permitting). Please bring a blanket or a towel to sit on.
Read to a therapy dog! Animals are ideal reading companions. For ages 5-12.
First come, first served. No prior reservations. Sign up for a 10-minute reading slot at the circulation desk on the afternoon of the program.
Free homework help with volunteer teen tutors. All school subjects are welcome, including reading practice. No registration required. For students in grades K through 6.