Reading with children is highly valuable to their development as life-long readers! Ready to Read is a weekly program for pre-kindergarten children that includes a wide variety of stories, fun crafts, spelling, early math and music.
No registration necessary.
Come by and keep up-to-date with the news at the Chester Springs Library.
Lizzy is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi show dog champion! She is affectionate, smart and works at the YMCA, too! This summer, Lizzy will be at the Library on Tuesdays at 3:30, please call for availability.
Please enjoy this article from the Community Courier about Lizzy!
Chester Springs Library (610) 827-9212
Are you new to Apple iPad Air 2? Chester Springs Library has tablets available to check-out in the library. Tablets come loaded with apps which will be of interest to all patrons. Come learn to use the tablets and find out what’s possible with iPads.
The Chester Springs Library DVD Special lets you enjoy both books and movies for free!
When you borrow 2 adult books or 2 young adult books or 5 children’s books
you will be able to rent 1 DVD with NO rental fee!
At time of checkout.
Limit 3 free DVD rentals per visit.
Books must belong to the Chester Springs Library to qualify.
Chester Springs Library Only.
Chester Springs Library received a grant from The Office of Commonwealth Libraries to provide building materials for young children and their adults through the Cruise into Kindergarten program. Building materials offer children an almost infinite variety of opportunities to express themselves, from constructing simple designs to veritable engineering feats of bridge building.
Playing is no idle pastime. In fact, research shows that play is shown to help children develop these skills: social-emotional (cooperation, self-confidence, initiative); physical development (eye-hand coordination, hand manipulation); mathematics (shape, classification, order, size, space); science (gravity, weight, balance, trial and error); language arts (exchange of ideas and telling stories about what they are building); and art (patterns, symmetry).
There are more than a dozen different sets of materials children can use to build. They are only limited by their imaginations!
Stop into the Library and start building!