Storytimes & Programs

The goal of programming at the Park City Library is to provide children of all ages with an enjoyable library experience based on books, language and learning. No registration is required for these programs. Children are accompanied during all programs by a caregiver.

Storytime is a great way to introduce children to the library. The following storytimes are ongoing except for a few breaks during the year. Please call the library at 435-615-5600 and press 1 for more details.

Baby and Me
Every Monday at 3:30 pm and Wednesday at 10:00 am

Delight and stimulate your baby’s senses with short books, music, and more!  Join us weekly for our interactive baby lapsit, which is designed for children from birth to 18 months to encourage early literacy development.  Older siblings and children are always welcome.

Music and Movement
Wednesdays at 11:00 am

A lively and noisy hour aimed at toddlers, preschoolers, and their caregivers to explore a variety of musical instruments, dances, songs, and fantastic books. This program is designed to engage children and get them excited about music, improve their fine and gross motor skills through movement, and spark their creativity; while supporting their early literacy development.

Preschool Storytime
Thursdays at 10:00 am

Help your preschooler get ready to read!  Join us weekly for a fun, interactive, early literacy program designed for children from 3 to 6 years of age.  Build language skills while enjoying stories, songs, crafts, and more.

Thursdays at 11:00 am

Start your toddler on the road to literacy!  Join us weekly for a fun and engaging early literacy program designed for children from 18 months to 3 years of age.  Interact with your toddler through books, music, and movement while exploring letters, sounds, and more.

Special Programs
The Library offers special performances for different age groups throughout the year. For example, magicians, puppeteers, storytellers, musicians and authors often perform. In addition check the calendar for book clubs, movie nights and poetry meetings.