Programs for Kids (page 1 of 2)

Youth Services
Spring Programs

 Hey Teens and Tweens!  Programs are on the Teen Page – Check it out here


We miss all of you and hope you are well and safe!

No Programs at the Library until further notice.

Click here to see our Virtual Kids and Families programs!

Check out these fun links below – we’ll post fresh links weekly!  Stay check out our Facebook and Instagram pages for more resources!

Online resources: 

Spanish Storytime on Instagram Live every day at 12:30 MDT / 1:30 CDT !!  (See below):

Copycat Solution  Make a copy of a drawing using household ingredients.

Musical Straw  Make music from a straw!

Bubble Catching   Learn how to catch bubbles!

Virtual School Activities  A collection of sites to live webcams, virtual tours/trips, and other miscellaneous fun educational sites. 

Ice Cream in-a-bag   Make Ice Cream with this fun recipe.

Bear Puzzle   Make a neat puzzle.

NASA and STEM for kids   Explore NASA STEM for home and students.

Paper Flowers   Make simple paper flowers for Spring!

Handprint Butterfly   Using your own hand, you can make a beautiful butterfly!

Perfect Pom Pom  Make pom pom animals with this easy trick.

Easy Creative Drawing   Be creative with these easy drawing hacks.



Would you like to sign-up for text messages or emails about upcoming Children’s programs?

Sign up with REMIND!  Enter class code nrplinfant for ages 2 and under  OR  nrplchild for ages 3 to 5th grade.


Project Next Generation classes – not available until further notice.

Project Next Generation (PNG) is a program for Teens/Tweens in grades 5 through 12 who want hands-on experience with some amazing new technology. PNG strives to introduce new technologies and information in a tremendously fun and relaxed environment.  Funding for the project was awarded by the Illinois State Library, a Department of the Office of the Secretary of State, Jesse White, using funds provided by the U.S. Institute of Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).




1000 Books Before Kindergarten

For newborn through age 5. A year-round, ongoing reading program based on research that has shown that the more books children from birth to age 5 have had read to them, the more prepared they will be to learn to read. Upon registration, you’ll receive a simple reading log, a list of recommended books and more. Limited to North Riverside residents. Visit the YS Help Desk to register your child today!


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