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  • Due to coronavirus prevention, all Fontana Regional Library buildings are currently open with some restrictions (including local mask requirements) and Curbside pickup service (upon request). Please call your local library for more information.

The Mayme Keith Children's Area gives kids their own space in the library, filled with books, DVDs, and many other things.  Youth Services staff are always on hand to lend assistance.  There are meeting and tutor rooms, a computers just for kids, a large program room, a garden, and so much more.

During the week, there are special programs for pre-schoolers and home-schoolers.

And our staff travels to area schools and daycares to share our books throughout the community.

Children's Events at Macon County Public Library

Macon County Public Library Children's CalendarVisit our calendar for upcoming children's events at Macon County Public Library.

Family Storytime: Books, puppets, fingerplays, songs, and crafts with focus on early literacy skills (for ages 0-5).

Toddlers Rock: Music, movement and instruments (Designed for children 0-24 months, but all ages are welcome).

Culture Club: Guest speakers, books, photos, crafts and food from different countries.

Homeschool Activity Group: Monthly homeschool program for kids in grades K-6 with focus on hands on STEM/STEAM activities.

Day of Building: Children create their own masterpieces for display using Legos, Magna-Tiles, K’Nex, and Dive into Shapes (grades K-6).

Bilingual Storytime: Outreach program in collaboration with Cartoogachaye Elementary and Iotla Elementary. Storytime and songs in Spanish and English for all ages.

Daycare Storytime: Outreach program in collaboration with local daycares. Books, puppets, fingerplays, songs, and crafts with focus on early literacy skills (for ages 0-5).

Rotating Themed Displays: Monthly book and visual displays featuring national, local, and/or early literacy themes.