Library Monthly Calendar (pdf)

Story Time

There are story times for babies, preschoolers, and toddlers on Wednesday and Thursday mornings. There's also story time on Saturday mornings at 11:00 for all ages and an all-ages story time in French on the first Friday of each month.

Maker Programs

Little Coders (ages 3-5; *pre-registration required*)
2nd Tuesday :: 10:3011:30

Little ones can learn the basics of simple computer coding. Each month we will have different games and activities that teach the fundamentals of coding and nurture problem-solving skills, logic, and creativity.
Dates: April 11

Kids Code Café (ages 8-12; *pre-registration required*)
4th Monday
:: 45:30
Come hang with other kids while playing around with code. Use one of our laptops or iPads or bring your own. Feel free to code in whatever you enjoy most. Basic instruction will be provided to get you started.
Dates: March 27; April 24

Programs for Grades 1-6

Come to the Library on Wednesdays, from 4-5pm, for special activities just for your age group.

  • Artist Trading Cards :: Ink Blot Art :: March 22
  • Recycle Art :: April 12 (*pre-registration required*)
  • Explore Magnetism :: April 19 (*pre-registration required*)
  • Aluminum Foil Art :: April 26

Teeny Tiny Crafts
TUE, March 29 :: 12pm

 Upcoming Special Programs

Block Party
MON, 10:30–11:30 (ages 2-4; *pre-registration required*)

Bring your singing voice to this 'unplgugged', musical story time. We’ll move to our favorite songs and rhymes, act out stories, and explore instruments and rhythm
Dates: April 17

Regular Programs

Messy Art :: 2pm (ages 2-5; *pre-registration* is required)
Messy art is a great way for your child to learn, explore, and have fun! Every month we will try a new kind of art—it’s guaranteed to get messy, so dress for mess!
Dates: April 18

Music & Movement :: 10:30–11:00 (ages 2–5; no registration)
Same dance party, new name and time! We will sing songs, dance, and have fun!
Dates: March 24; April 14, 28

Construction Club :: 6–7pm (ages 5–10; no registration)

4th Monday of each month
Listen to stories and then build LEGO creations based on those stories.
March 27; April 17

Read to Rover


Every Tuesday :: 4:00–5:00
(all ages; no registration required)

Reading out loud helps children boost their reading confidence. What better way to practice reading than to have an easygoing, 4-legged friend as a reading buddy!

Look for Something to Read (Reader's Advisory)

NoveList K–8
This great resource will help you find read-alikes, reviews, award winners, and more.

Reading Buddies

There will be a new session underway soon. Please visit the Reading Buddies page for more information about the program in general and to see if it's right for your child.

Library Photo Policy
Images taken during activities and events sponsored by the Louisville Public Library may be used in Library or City of Louisville promotional and instructional materials. If you do not wish to have your image used, please notify Library staff.