Story Times

We hold story time sessions for 6 weeks, with 2-3 weeks off in between. The current session will begin on Monday, January 6th and will run through the week of Monday, February 3rd. Details for each program that will be part of this session are below.


This program offers a chance for our littlest listeners and their caregivers to engage with books and activities that encourage early brain development. Stories, songs, and toys are all selected with the very young in mind, with early literacy tips provided as well. After the short program, caregivers are free to remain in the space to talk amongst each other, and allow their little ones to engage in early social development as well.

Babytime will take place every Monday at 11AM during the sesion.

A happy baby looking at a book

Family Storytimes

This program is for children ages 3 and up and their families. Books, music, and other activities, followed by a quick and easy craft project tied to the week's theme.

Family Storytime will take place each Wednesday at 11AM during the session.

Each week will feature new stories and songs based around a theme.

NOTE: The youth librarian will be out of town for a meeting on Wednesday, January 8th, so this program will not take place on those dates.

A stylized snowflake

Bedtime Stories

Kids ages 3 and up, and their families, are welcome to this short program of soothing stories and gentle music to help settle down before bed time.

Bedtime Stories will take place on Thursdays at 11AM during the session.
A cartoon child sleeping in a tiny bed.

Sensory Storytime

Specially designed for 3-6 year old kids on the autism spectrum, this story time features a visualized program schedule, interactive stories and songs, routine activities, and sensory toys including egg-shakers, colorful scarves, and more!

Sensory Storytimes will take place on alternate Tuesdays at 11am during the session. See our calendar for exact dates, or pick up a paper copy in the library.

A Superman S made out of multicolred puzzle pieces, a symbol of support for the autistic community

Contact Info - Phone: 734-258-3002 - Address: 14680 Dix-Toledo Rd. Southgate, MI 48195

Hours - Mon-Thurs: 10am-9PM - Sat: 10am-5pm