Kids and families can dance, build early learning skills, and get a free book, all at the January 24 Hug-A-Book Dance party at the Rock Island Public Library.
Kids and families have a chance to dance, build early learning skills, and get a free book, all with the Hug-A-Book Dance party at the Rock Island Public Library.
The Hug-a-Book Dance Party is from 6:00 to 7:00 pm on Thursday, January 24, at the Rock Island Downtown Library, 401 19th Street. Kids ages two and five and their families will move and play to music as they build early learning skills. Each child gets to select a free book to take home, thanks to funding from the Merrill Harris Fund of the Rock Island Public Library Foundation.
The event is free of charge, and no registration is necessary.
Hug-A Book is the library's ongoing early learning series designed to help create young readers. The library offers four Hug-A-Book event for children under five, and two Rocket into Reading events for children ages five to eight, all funded by the Merrill Harris Fund of the Rock Island Public Library Foundation.
The next program is Rocket into Reading, DIY Edition," which offers craft and maker activities and a free book for children ages five to eight. It takes place Thursday, March 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Rock Island 30/31 Library, 3059 30th Street.
For more library events for all ages, visit the library website, call 309-732-READ or follow Rock Island Library on social media.