KATY MAGAZINE l JUNE 2019
By Veronica Miko
Bring the kids to a Katy-area library near you to beat the heat and keep learning alive. Each location offers fun activities for young people to explore stories.
The Cinco Ranch, Katy and Maud Marks libraries all provide recurring kids' programs and featured events for the community to enjoy. From babies to preschoolers to teens. Katy kids can beat the summer heat and take part in many fun indoor activities.
Stop by your local library to participate in the free programs listed here. Remember, space is limited, so get there early!
2620 Commercial Center Blvd.
Closed on Sunday
Summer Reading Program
May 27 to August 31
“A Universe of Stories”
The library welcomes Katy residents to participate in their summer reading program and divides them into age-appropriate groups: young readers, middle school students, and high school age and above. The reading challenge offers prizes ranging from bookmarks to the chance to win a 16 GB Fire HD 7 tablet.
Stories and Play
Ages 1 - 2 years old
Toddlers can participate in stories, classic rhymes, songs, and play time.
Ages 0 – 18 months
Non-walking babies can participate in this multi-sensory class that helps stimulate babies' social, emotional and physical development through rhythm and music.
Ages 3 – 6 years old
Children will watch a movie, make crafts, and hear stories.