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Stay and Play is a play group and storytime for kids age 0-5 and their adults. We especially invite nontraditional caregivers (friends, family members, and neighbors) who care for children in an informal way. Each week features a short storytime, a snack, and open play with fun and creative early literacy toys. Once a month a guest speaker will come to discuss educational topics and answer any questions you have. Stay and Play will be outdoors in the back yard of the Grass Valley Library as weather permits.
Need some hands on time learning a new skill? Have a technology issue that you just cant figure out? Make a free appointment with one of our seasoned volunteers or staff! Technology appointments are created on an as-needed basis. Register for an appointment on the calendar, and a member of library staff with be in contact with you shortly to work out a good date and time.
Any technology related question will be considered! Smartphone, Laptop, Tablet, VR Headset, and more! Let us know what you need help with and we'll find the right volunteer for your needs!
Madelyn Helling Library Children's Room
Come sing and play with your child! Engaging music for all ages!
Poetry Happy Hour
Meet your Nevada County poet laureate, Kirsten Casey, at Poetry Happy Hour at
the Madelyn Helling Library!
A casual monthly workshop open to any and all community members, Kristen will tell stories and read poems that connect us all--and most likely inspire you to write a poem!
As a published poet and long-time poet teacher with California Poets in the Schools, Kristen is well-versed in making poetry accessible and will engage and inspire participants of all levels.
Any hour of poetry is a happy one.
“A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness.”
? Robert Frost