Something for all pre-schoolers (and their families) to discover in 2023

Kids and family activities at SA libraries
Your young child's development is crucial between the ages of 0-5 years, and the City of Charles Sturt libraries have been running their regular Babytime, Toddlertime and Storytime sessions during each school term for many years as part of their dedication to early literacy.

These popular programs are set to continue in 2023, with regular sessions returning and some new sessions added for kids and families.

For the libraries of the City of Charles Sturt, 2022 was one of the most popular years to date, and whilst the team are pumped to be able to bring back regular bubs and kids sessions at their normal times in 2023, they’re even more excited to announce the addition of a few new sessions for your non-walker, crawler, walker and perhaps runner!

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New library activities for kids and families

Calling all dads, uncles, grandfathers, caregivers; head to the library for Dads and bubs, or Dads and toddlers sessions, run fortnightly Saturday mornings at the Civic (Woodville) Library.

Read, sing and dance at the library fortnightly on Saturdays afternoons at Henley Beach for the Stories by the sea sessions, perfect for kids aged 2-6 years.

Find the fun in the generation gap every Friday at the Young at Heart play group for 0-5 year olds with their elders at Ngutungka West Lakes (which means no parents allowed!)

Little Bang Discovery Club for 3-5 year olds will return to in person sessions in Term 1, with four-week sessions available at the Hindmarsh and Findon Libraries.

Bookings are essential for some of these sessions so make sure to check out the page below for all the dates and booking links.

Pre-school aged (0-6 years) | City of Charles Sturt

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