Kindermusik offers developmentally-specific educational programs for kids ages newborn to seven.
Dr. Salo Stanley will talk about healing with sound therapy. Sound therapy puts us in a relaxed mood and helps us to regain that sense of joy and creativity we had when we were children. Dr. Stanley will use crystal singing bowls, tuning forks, and a native American flute to introduce the audience to sound therapy and how it feels.
Join us at 12:30pm in the Hanford Library's Children Room for Saturday Story Time!
One World Rhythm creates an interactive, in-the-moment music experience by placing a drum, percussion, or melodic instrument into the hands of every participant, then guiding them through an adventure to find their own rhythm and make music together.
CelloJoe is the world’s only beatboxing, long distance bicycling, looping cellist, who has created his own unique genre: Classical Hip Hop. CelloJoe records live on stage with a loop pedal and produces intricate tapestries of harmony, melody, and rhythm. His beatboxing (vocal percussion) and funky cello grooves form a rich soundscape showcasing his talents. He has toured the world sharing music on a bicycle packed with his cello.
Stop by the library this week to sign up for the "Read to the Rhythm" Summer Reading Program sponsored by the Friends of the Kings County Library! The "Read to the Rhythm" Summer Reading Program will take place Monday, June 8 - Friday, July 24 and events will be held at all Kings County Library locations.
Come by the library & make a storybook themed craft!
Attention all Kings County teens between the ages of 12-19! The library is looking for members for our new Teen Advisory Group. The Teen Advisory Group (aka TAG) will help with creating fun, interactive programs and events for teens throughout the county. Members will be expected to complete a library volunteer application form and attend meetings regularly at the Hanford Branch Meeting Room.
Join us at the Hanford Branch Library for an afternoon with author Steve R. Rogers as he talks about his newest book "Hanford: Then & Now."
The event will take place in the Hanford Library Meeting Room on Saturday, May 16 from 3pm-4pm.