The following is an overview of the storytimes available for children. The stories, songs and activities that are featured each week will vary from branch to branch. All library storytimes are free. Registration is not required, unless stated in the program description.
Check our Branch Event Calendars page for days and times of storytimes.
Pop-Up Storytime in the Park
Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
We’ll read, sing, and rhyme together at different parks in Fairfield! Please bring something to sit on and dress for the elements. We can’t wait to see you! Visit our Events Page to find out which park we’ll be at each Wednesday morning.
Outdoor Crafty Storytime @ Dixon Public Library
Wednesday, July 14 at 10 a.m.
Join us in-person for an outdoor storytime and a fun craft on our back patio!
We will read, sing, and craft under the big shade tree. We will have seats or you can bring your own blanket for comfort. We can’t wait to see you!
Outdoor Storytime @ Fairfield Civic Center Library
Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for in-person Storytimes at Bruning Park, on the corner of Montezuma and 3rd, by the Rio Vista Library. We will read, sing, and rhyme in the shade near the play structure. It is an outdoor program so please bring something to sit on and dress for the elements.
Outdoor Storytime @ Suisun City Library
Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.
Wednesdays at 10 a.m., starting June 30
Who: Infants and their caregiver.
Age: 0 to 18 month (Please check individual programs for specific age ranges).
Activities: Caregivers hold babies on their laps and enjoy stories, finger plays, bounces, and songs with a librarian.
Benefits: Early exposure to books
Who: Toddlers and their caregiver.
Age: 18 to 36 months.
Activities: Come spend time with your child as we sing songs, listen to stories, and much more.
Benefits: Introduces new letters, words, and sounds, while nurturing a love of books.
Who: Preschoolers and their caregiver
Age: 3 to 5 years.
Activities: Help your child get ready to read by sharing stories, songs, crafts, and a whole lot of fun.
Benefits: Builds language skills.
Fun for Older Kids
Who: Elementary school children and their family.
Age: 5 to 12 years.
Activities: Share stories, games, and more with friends old and new.
Benefits: Improves learning and inspires reading for pleasure.