Mission Statement for Youth Services Department
of Dunham Public Library
Dunham Public Library’s Youth Services Department provides for the educational, recreational, and informational needs of the youth of our area as well as those of the adults who care for them. This is accomplished in a professional, courteous, and friendly manner in a pleasant environment. It is also done through collection development, programming, and story hours geared toward children and youth from birth through high school, respectively.
Upcoming Children’s Events at Dunham Public Library
As you’ll see, there’s always something happening at Dunham Public Library!
For more information, check out the library’s Calendar of Events,
give us a call at 315-736-9734, extension #209 or just stop in and say hi!
Check out past youth programs at our Photo Gallery
Raise a Reader!
Parents with young children, remember to sign up for our Raise a Reader program if you haven’t yet. The program maintains 1,000 books at the Library and has divided them into 100 beautifully silk-screened bags of 10 books each. Using their library cards, parents are able to sign out a bag of ten books for a two week period and then return it for another bag. The goal is to have 1,000 books read to or with a child by the age of 6.
- The youth services department has three Chrome Boxes and three PCs with unfiltered Internet access and Windows 10 Operating Systems.
- Each station has a 90-minute time limit. To log in, you must have a Mid-York System library card in good standing.
- Computers in the Youth Services area are reserved for library patrons under the age of 18.
- Reading/Early Literacy Resources
- eBooks for kids from preschool to middle school
- Learning Games
- Learning Resources
Sharon Trodler, MSIS, Librarian for Children’s Services
Phone: 315-736-9734, extension #209