Take Toddlers to Storytime at the Louisville Free Public Library March 3
The Louisville Free Public Library is inviting all toddlers to come to story time at the Fairdale branch on March 3.
Stories for Toddlers
Toddler storytime features books that are designed to be age-appropriate for the little members of the household. The event is held every Tuesday in March at 11 am each week, and it’s a great way for parents to get a little quiet time. When you’re the parent of a toddler, quiet time is pretty hard to come by.
Experienced storytellers entertain the toddlers during storytime, encouraging an early love of reading that will help them in the future. Kids will get to hear and see the excitement of the story up close, something that could forge lifelong reading habits.
Go to the Fairdale branch of the library at 10616 West Manslick Road to get your toddler into story time, and teach them how to start loving books at an early age.
Fairdale is a well-known Louisville community with its own schools and commercial district, but there are several more residential-heavy neighborhoods nearby. Heritage Creek is just minutes away from the library.
Once known as the City of Minor Lane Heights, Heritage Creek is a scenic neighborhood with more than 400 different single-family homes. It has its own Mayor and city council made up of community-minded individuals.
There are many wide-open spaces and large lots in Heritage Creek. You will find some commercial properties, but it is largely homes and people. Find more attractions, like the library, in nearby Fairdale.
Go to the story time event this March to meet other area residents, and get yourself some peace of mind.
To learn about other fun things to do in the Louisville area, please visit the website of the Joe Hayden Real Estate Team.