There’s plenty happening for kids at the Stirling-Rawdon Public Library!
- Get your own library card
- Find a favourite book or movie
- Enjoy a number of our puzzles and board games
- Attend special programs for kids
- Enter our monthly colouring contest
- Put on your own puppet show in our puppet theatre
- Visit the Early Literacy Stations
- Check out our awesome mural
- Say hi to Morris the Moose!
The library has 3 Early Literacy Stations available for use in the children’s department. These contain a number of fun and educational games. These stations have no access to the internet.
Children between the ages of 10-14 are required to have an internet permission form signed by either a parent or guardian before accessing the library’s internet. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Once completed, this form is kept on file at the library. Click here to go to our Forms page.
Parents, grandparents and caregivers with babies, toddlers or young children are welcome to drop in for songs, stories, crafts, snacks and social time! Wednesdays 10:30-12pm during the school year. Children ages newborn to 4, along with parents and grandparents meet and explore the world of reading. It allows the children an opportunity to socialize and discover new books. Call
(613)395-2837 for more information.
The Stirling-Rawdon Public Library offers many programs for children during school breaks such as March Break and during the summer holidays. To participate in our children’s programs your child must have a completed program registration form on file. This form only needs to be completed once and is added to with each program your child participates in. Click here to go to our Forms page and access the appropriate form.