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5:30PM - 11:00PM
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ONES UPON A TIMEMondays at 10:30 amA one-derful storytime for children 12-24 months of age and their adult caregiver. Short stories, music, rhymes, and movement activities are incorporated in this action-packed program that engages new walkers in language based activities.
Babies from birth to crawling and their favorite adult will enjoy songs, action rhymes, and share books together in this one-on-one lapsit program. This storytime is designed to be a springboard for literacy, by exploring the senses with music, action rhymes, and age appropriate reading. Come prepared to have fun with baby.
All ages are welcome at Family Storytime, which incorporates stories, songs, rhymes, and more into a fun and interactive experience for the whole family.
A storytime for 2 and 3 year olds (with their favorite adult) who are ready to sit and enjoy interactive stories, songs, and games that encourage their emerging language skills. This program will introduce young children to the joys of language and literature.
Storytime for 3 to 5 year olds who are ready to attend independently. This storytime is designed to foster a smooth transition into school and is the only storytime that children attend without their adult caregiver. This fun and interactive program combines activities such as read-aloud stories, songs, rhymes, and fingerplays. It introduces children to listening skills, the library, and the joy of reading.
A special storytime presented to children of working parents and everyone who cannot attend regular weekday storytimes.
The goal is to read 1000 books to your child before they start Kindergarten. Parents, grandparents, and older siblings can help your child meet this challenge. Books read to them at storytimes and daycare can be included. Books can be repeated too! Reading to your child improves vocabulary and language skills, improves concentration, and is a great way to strengthen your relationship. Download the mobile app to track your reading and use the hashtag #1000BksB4K to share your progress. Paper logs are also available at the library and here. More information about this challenge, visit 1000booksbeforekindergarten.org1-100, 101-200, 201-300, 301-400, 401-500, 501-600, 601-700, 701-800, 801-900, 901-1000
Hangout at the library after school every Wednesday! Each week we will play, make, or watch something new! For kids in grades K-5.
Students will be able to explore different aspects of art and creative writing during this fun session of exploration. In partnership with Root to Fruit. For kids in grades K-5.
Come celebrate Diwali at the Library! Please join us for crafts, stories, and more to celebrate the Festival of Lights. All ages welcome.
Join us for spooky Halloween stories, crafts, and fun! Don't forget your costume! All ages welcome.
We are collaborating with Coppell ISD to present this Fall's Between the Lines, teen community read. This fall's featured author is Alan Gratz. Gratz will be visiting each of the Coppell Middle Schools in September. Gratz has authored The League of Seven, Projekt 1065, Prisoner B-3087, Code of Honor, and The Brooklyn Nine. A set of these five titles will be given away at the Library each week this summer as prizes, until the program's conclusion in September.
Answer the weekly trivia question in the Teen Room each week for a chance to win Alan Gratz's books.
Not your grandmother's crafting group! We provide the supplies, you provide the creativity. For teens in grades 6-12. Sign up is required, please email email@example.com or call 972.304.3658.
What's better than regular sized sweets? Tiny treats to eat! We will make and eat miniature favorites.
Learn some cupcake decorating tips and try your hand at it! We'll have icing and toppings to add to your cupcake. All supplies provided by the library.
Make and roll your own candy sushi! All types of candy and sweets will be used to make delicious candy sushi.
This is an unique way to earn service hours and give back to your community. Coppell Residents in high school are invited to apply for The League of Extraordinary Teens. This group will help plan select library programs. Click here for the application. Applications must be turned in by Friday, September 15. Check with the library for more details.
Join us for an evening of casual crafting! All supplies provided by the library. Sign up is required, please call 972-304-3658 or email CozbyPrograms@coppelltx.gov Monday, October 2Monday, November 6Monday, December 4
Join us for an evening of discussing books! Place a copy of the next book selection on hold at the Front Desk. Monday, September 11: The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix SweeneyMonday, October 9: The Possibilities by Kaui Hart HemmingsMonday, November 13: 10% Happier by Dan Harris
Find your next read at our book club, where everyone shares some of their favorite books.Monday, August 21Monday, September 18Monday, October 16Monday, November 20
Who reads short shorts? We do! Join our newest adult reading club where we will read from a selection of short stories and then briefly discuss them.
September is Healthy Aging Month! Dr. Michael Forster and Dr. Meharvan Singh will be discussing cognitive health and aging. Learn what steps you can take to help care for your brain. For adults 18 and older.
If you are retired or planning on retirement, this session will provide information on available sources of income during retirement years. In partnership with Spectrum Financial Group. For adults 18 and older.
You are invited to join us for a spot of tea! Enjoy your cup of tea while listening to a guest speaker. Sign-up is required and begins on September 1. For adults 18 and older. Space is limited. Please call 972-304-3658 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop by the library to practice your English conversational skills. Bring your tablet, smart phone, or laptop to learn about resources to continue the conversation at home! For non-English speakers age 18 and older. Space is limited. Sign-up is required; please email email@example.com or call 972-304-3658.
What is essential oil? Where do they come from? How can essential oils support over-all health and wellness? Who needs them? Can you be allergic to essential oils? Can children benefit from them? Are they safe to ingest? All oils are not created equal. All these questions and more are covered in this lecture on essential oils. In partnership with Young Living Essential Oils.
Join the Friends of the Library to find ways to give back to your library and community! Go to coppellfriends.org for more details on how to become a member!
Our mission is to enhance awareness of the community's diversity through collaborative partnerships. The committee consists of city staff and community members interested in ways to promote cultural inclusivity and diverse programming for all members of the Coppell community. We are always looking for individuals interested in sharing their ideas!
Stop by the Commons to meet local authors for Indie Author Day! If you are a local author and would like a table, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Medicare open enrollment is starting soon. Stop by this informative session to get helpful tips and your questions answered. In partnership with Morrison Financial.
Stop by to gain useful tips for increasing situational awareness at home, on the road, and in public. In partnership with Vindico Investigations. For people 16 years old and up.
Fostering and/or adopting a child can be challenging. This informational session will provide an overview of the fostering/adoption process. In partnership with ACH Child and Family Services.
All acts welcome! Sign up anytime at the Information Desk. This program is open to all ages and any content must be appropriate for all ages. Microphone will be provided. Bring your friends to perform or cheer you on!Wednesday, September 13Wednesday, October 11Wednesday, November 8
Sahaja Yoga helps one experience a calm state and reap the benefits with these guided meditation sessions. All ages are welcome to attend.
Join the Coppell Lions Club for an afternoon of gaming fun! Stop by the Library to play games converted for use by seeing, visually impaired, and blind players suitable for ages 3 and up and adapted for all levels of braille use. The Lions Club of Coppell also dedicated the Coppell Lions Club Game Shelf for Blind and Visually Impaired Players, which will make these accessible games available year-round!
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a performance by Sima Ballet Folklorico. Enjoy the bright costumes and traditional Mexican music and dance. All ages welcome to attend.
Wear your costumes and stop by the Library anytime for a treat!
Join us as libraries around the world celebrate International Games Week! Bring your friends and family to play board games, card games, and video games! All ages welcome.
The Friends of the Coppell Public Library are seeking your gently used books, movies, magazines, etc. for their upcoming BIG Book Sale! Bring your donations to the library any time through October 1 during open hours and let us know they're for the Friends. Receipts are available for tax deductions.
North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people in North Texas to come together and raise money for local nonprofits. Support the Friends of the Library by searching Friends of the Coppell Public Library at NorthTexasGivingDay.org
Choose from a variety of DVDs, books, magazines, and audiobooks! Stop by the Library Meeting Room to purchase gently used items and help support your library! Do you want to shop early? Stop by Friday, November 17 from 5 - 8 pm! Admission is $10 on Friday, Free for Friends! Saturday is free admission for everyone.