8AM - 9AM // Court
5:30PM - 11:00PM
6:30PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
7PM - 8PM // Cozby Library and Community Commons
7PM - 8PM // The CORE
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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 at the pool! The CORE and the Cozby Library are partnering again this summer to offer Splish Splash Storytime, in conjunction with Tot Swim. Meet at the pool for stories, songs, splashing, and fun! Storytime is free and will take place in the outdoor pool. Those who wish to stay and swim can do so until 12:45 pm, you will need to have a CORE membership, punch pass, or pay the regular day pass rate. For parents and children up to age 8. The CORE is located at 234 E Parkway Blvd.
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
Explore the world of Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Math with hands-on activities! Kids in grades K-5 are invited to challenge your brain to think critically and creatively.
Craft with us! Join us every Monday for fun crafts. Supplies provided by the library. Intended for children going into grades K-5.
Explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math with hands-on activities! Challenge your brain to think critically and creatively. Intended for children going into grades K-5.
Join us for special performances by a variety of talented people. Intended for children going into grades K-5. Parents and younger siblings are invited to wait in the Commons area or play in the Toddler Zone.Zooniversity • Wednesday, June 7Secret Agent Magic Show • Wednesday, June 14Perot Museum • Wednesday, June 21Author, Michael Steele • Wednesday, June 28Dallas Zoo • Wednesday, July 12Mad Science • Wednesday, July 19
Enjoy popcorn and a movie every Thursday afternoon. Movies are subject to change without notice. Please call 972-304-3658 for movie details and ratings. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
KidsNotes is an interactive, educational program for young children led by a symphony staff member and a musician from the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra. There will be professional musicians performing, and the children will have the opportunity to try the instruments. Intended for children preschool to 1st grade.
Create a Solar Eclipse viewer to safely view the partial eclipse! We will make a pin-hole viewer that you can take home to view the solar eclipse. Remember, looking directly at the sun, even during a partial eclipse, can cause serious eye damage. The solar eclipse is Monday, August 21. The total phase of this solar eclipse is not visible in Coppell, but a partial solar eclipse will be visible starting at 11:40 am with the maximum coverage visible at 1:09 pm. The eclipse will end at 2:39 pm.
Build a Bird Feeder Friday, June 9Build a bird feeder using upcycled milk jugs and plastic bottles. Learn how different types of foods attract different birds, as well as the importance of water and cover habitats. Take your bird feeder home or donate it to be placed behind the Coppell Nature Park Bird Watching Wall. This workshop is brought to you by the Biodiversity Education Center.Build Healthy SnacksFriday, June 16Learn how to make some healthy snacks this summer. We'll create and eat snacks that are easy and delicious. This workshop is brought to you by Natural Grocers and Living Well in Coppell. Build a Better You with YogaFriday, June 23Find your Zen with this guided yoga workshop. Our instructor will talk a little about Yoga and then lead a class that will benefit beginners as well as more experienced yogis. Bring your own yoga mat or beach towel. This workshop is in partnership with The CORE.Build a SketchFriday, June 30Learn sketching techniques and tips from Shonuff Studios. They'll answer any questions about the comics industry as well. All supplies will be provided by the library. This workshop is brought to you by Shonuff Studios.Build a HeroFriday, July 14Have you ever wanted to learn CPR? We'll have a certified professional teach this life-saving workshop brought to you by the Coppell Fire Department.Builder FaireFriday, July 21Build and create with the library's maker supplies. Play and experiment with Makey Makey, Little Bits, mini Solar Cars, and other awesome technology!
Celebrate the end of Summer Reading with a Party! Build a Better Community during our Teen Closing Party. We'll eat snacks, play games, and craft!
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.
Learn how to make the most of your Social Security in this informative session presented by Bill Hackley of First Fidelity. Adults 18 and older. Space is limited. Sign-up is required, so please call 972-318-4171 or stop by the Information Desk for more details on this program.
Curious about your family history? Learn the basics and how to get started from Nancy Maxwell, the genealogy librarian from Grapevine Public Library. She will teach an introduction to genealogy. Adults 18 and older. Space is limited. Sign-ups begin on Thursday, June 1. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 972-304-3658.
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, June 5Monday, July 3Monday, August 7
Join us for an evening of discussing books! Place a copy of the next book selection on hold at the Front Desk. Monday, June 12: Jane Steele by Lyndsay FayeMonday, July 10: Just Mercy by Bryan StevensonMonday, August 14: Following Atticus by Tom Ryan
Find your next read at our book club, where everyone shares some of their favorite books.Monday, June 19Monday, July 17Monday, August 21
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.
Kick off Summer Reading with a celebration! Let's Build a Better World this summer at your library! All ages can sign up for Summer Reading on Saturday, June 3. Enjoy crafts, games, and more!
When we think of donation drives, we first think of canned goods during the holiday months, but hygiene items are in high demand all year long. This summer, the library will be collecting hygiene items like shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, baby wipes, and laundry detergent for Metrocrest Services. A full list of requested items is available at the Information Desk and on the donation box in the lobby. All donations will go to Metrocrest Services. A full list of requested items is available at the Information Desk and on the donation box in the lobby. All donations will go to Metrocrest Services in Farmers Branch. To find out more about Metrocrest and the aid they give to our community, please visit metrocrestservices.org
Formosa means "Beautiful Island" and refers to the island in East Asia, Taiwan. Learn about the culture and history of Taiwan (Republic of China). Experience the music and art of Taiwan's vibrant culture, learn about the cuisine and history along the way. Visit ocacfasca.org for more information. All ages welcome.
Celebrate the end of Summer Reading with a Party! We will have all kinds of activities! This is the last day to log your reading and pick up prizes.
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!
Sahaja Yoga helps one experience a calm state and reap the benefits with these guided meditation sessions. All ages are welcome to attend.
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!
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 will also dedicated the Coppell Lions Club Game Shelf for Blind and Visually Impaired Players, which will make these accessible games available year-round!