Story time

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Story time is a session full of stories, rhymes and songs aimed at 2-5 year old children (but all ages are welcome) and their parents/carers. These sessions give children a fun and relaxed start to their reading development before school through interactive storytelling, music, play and art.

Cecil Plains Library

First Friday of the month at 10.30am, during school term only.

Clifton Library

First Wednesday of every month from 10.30am, during school term only.

Crows Nest, John French VC Memorial Library

Second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 9.15am, during school term only.

Goombungee Library

Thursday from 9am, during school term only.

Highfields Library

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 9.30am, during school term only.

Millmerran Library

Tuesday from 10am, during school term only.

Oakey Library

Monday at 9.30am during the school term.

Pittsworth Library

Friday at 9.30am during school term only.

Quinalow Library

First and third Tuesday of every month at 9.30am, during school term only.

Toowoomba City Library

Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.45am and Thursday evenings at 6.30pm at the Hutchinson's story tree.

Yarraman Library

Fourth Thursday of every month from 10.15am, during school term only.

 

Other 0-5 years programs

First 5 Forever: Baby Rhyme Time and Story Time

Babies and young children learn best by listening and interacting with the important adults in their lives during everyday activities – whether that’s talking about what you can see on the way to the park, singing nursery rhymes, pointing out something you both view out the window, or learning new words while shopping for groceries. First 5 Forever Baby Time and Story Time sessions are now being run across the region.

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Baby Rhyme Time 

Appropriate for 0 - 1 years. More information available here.

Music and Movement Time

Appropriate for 5 years and under. More information available here.

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