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Larry Jackson Branch



Come. Socialize. Learn. Have fun!

       Storytime 2.0 is an interactive storytime that focuses on promoting literacy, exploring the world we live
in, having fun and socializing. The program is intended for little ones 
ages two to five and their caregivers, and sessions last 20-30 minutes.


Wednesdays @10:30am 
Larry Jackson Branch
Library Meeting Room

March 4, 11, 18, 25
April 1, 8, 29

For more information contact the
Larry Jackson Branch 
@ 863.834.4288
1700 N. Florida Avenue, Lakeland

Programs for Children at the Main Library


Tuesdays @10am

STORYTIME is designed for four to five year old preschoolers and features songs, stories, and rhymes.

Storytime is held in the Main Library Meeting Room.
No registration required.
March 10, 17, 24, 31
April 7, 14, 21


Wednesdays @10am

TODDLER TIME programs are geared toward children two to three years old and feature songs, stories, rhymes, and puppets during a 20-25 minute program. 

Toddler Time is held in the Main Library Meeting Room
No registration required.

March 11, 18, 25
April 1, 8, 15, 22


Thursdays @11am

MOTHER GOOSE BABY TIME is designed for babies 6 to 18 months old.  Learn songs, rhymes, and fingerplays.  This interactive lapsit program requires that a parent or caregiver remain with the child.

Mother Goose is held in the Main Library Meeting Room
No registration required.

March 12, 19, 26
April 2, 9, 16, 23


Wednesdays @2:30pm*   

KIDS' KORNER features activities, games and crafts for school-aged children, ages five to twelve.

Kids' Korner is held in the Main Library Meeting Room. 
No registration required.

March 11, 18, 25*  
*On early release days, Kids' Korner will begin at 1:30pm. 

Saturdays @2pm

CHILDREN'S THEATER features interactive stories for children ages four to eight years old. Variety is key! Children's Theater, Wulffie's Puppet Talent Show, Children's Improv, and Dance Party are just a taste of what's in store.

Children's Theater is held in the Main Library Meeting Room. 
No registration required.

* Create a story for Children's Theater! *

Write a story and see it in one of our Saturday Storytime Matinees!

It's so easy! 

¨ Think of a story.

¨ Write it down. (Do it yourself or have your parents help you.)

¨ Put your name on it and turn it in at the Children’s desk.

¨ Come to our Saturday Storytime Matinee and see your story come to life!

March 28




To request a sign language interpreter at any library event or program, please contact Brenda Patterson at 863.834.4276 at least 7 business days prior to the event. 

The Main Library is located at 100 Lake Morton Drive, Lakeland
For information call Youth Services @ 863.834.4268