The Wilmington Memorial Library offers a variety of programs for children of all ages. In addition to storytimes, the library offers craft programs, book discussion groups, STEM programs, movie nights and more.
The library also helps kids create their own magazine, Star Mag. Special events funded by the Friends of the Library feature professional performers, including, storytellers, musicians, puppeteers and theater groups.
You can see details about these offerings by clicking the appropriate button or you can go to one of our Highlighted Resources listed here.
The library offers drop-in and six-week registration storytime sessions during the fall, winter and spring for babies, toddlers, and 3, 4 and 5 year olds.
Our Grow a Reader program aims to help parents develop their children’s early literacy skills.
Recommended books for kids of all ages and interests, including award winning books and Wilmington Public Schools recommendations.
Access digital content just for kids, including ebooks, audiobooks, and databases to help with homework.
The complete list of organizations that participated in the first annual Summer Activities Fair on March 2, 2016.
Every year, hundreds of Wilmington kids participate in the Summer Reading Program.