Library hosts ‘Baby and Me’ programs


LIVINGSTON – Care-givers and infants are invited to “come have fun at the library” at 10:30 a.m. each Thursday for “Baby and Me” programs at the Livingston Municipal Library, 707 N. Tyler.

“Baby and Me” story time is for babies and caregivers and during which Nita Kuehn leads the group in songs, finger plays and reading books. The caregiver and baby interact with each other during these activities.

After Kuehn’s program, the caregivers are given the opportunity to read to the baby. A play and stay session is next while moms interact with each other. This has proven very beneficial to the caregiver and to the baby.

he library has other weekly activities including Story Time for children 5-8 years old is every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Different story tellers will present the program each week and some weeks may feature science and/or crafts.

On Tuesday mornings at 11 the library hosts Toddler Time for toddlers up to age 5. Kuehn also uses puppetry, finger plays and songs during these programs and counting and colors are featured each week.

Family members are welcome to come to any of these events.

For more information please contact Kuehn at 936-327-4252 or check the library’s web page at for additional events.

baby-and-meBABY AND ME — Caregivers and babies have fun with songs, finger plays and books during the weekly Baby and Me programs hosted at 10:30 a.m. each Thursday at the Livingston Municipal Library.