Kids' World

Kids and parents in Kids World

Welcome to Kids' World, where kids and their caregivers can explore books, play, learn, make, ask questions, and meet other families in our community. Explore the library's reimagined and refreshed Kids’ World space designed to meet the growing needs of its youngest customers. The updated spaces in Kids’ World offer flexible, interactive and experiential learning zones dedicated to specific age groups with resources and activities to meet kids' developmental needs and interests. Kids learn through play, so come play!

Girls walking throunh entry


This new entrance to Kids’ World was constructed at the end of 2023 to welcome library visitors. Other family-friendly upgrades include an all-gender restroom and a Wellness Room, which offers a quiet space for nursing mothers and anyone who may need a calming space during their visit.

Girls Making

Tween Space

Tweens in grades 4 to 6 now have a space all their own to explore making and DIY drop-in activities. Craft, build and tinker at the Maker Table full of supplies and projects, donated by the Library Foundation. Tweens can spend time with friends and make new ones, play video games or find a book recommended by a tween in the Tween Space.

Boy Playing


Kids’ World’s Interactive Family Zone provides an engaging space for children of all ages and their families. At the zone’s center is the Everbright wall, measuring almost eight feet wide by four feet tall, with endless play opportunities for all abilities. Funded by the Library Foundation.

Girl playing

Floor Projection

A floor projection system provides kids with a fun, open play space to enjoy interactive games together right in the heart of Kids’ World. Check out the projection floor each time you visit. You never know what new game or activity you’ll discover just by looking down. Funded by the Friends of the Library.

girl eating carrot

Snack Area

If you need a snack break, there is now a café area with open seating just inside Kids’ World by the fish tank. A designated snack area protects all customers from accidental exposure to food allergens and keeps Kids' World lookin' good!  

Kid drawing

Lindsey Room

The Lindsey Room, home to storytimes and countless craft and activity programs, has new flooring, paint colors and a sink for washing big and little hands.  


Tinker Cart

Full of fun supplies, the Tinker Cart will keep kids in grades K-3 engaged during drop-in programs for making and creating in the Lindsey Room. Funded by the Library Foundation.

Girls playing

Imagination Station

This engaging play area builds vocabulary and improves social skills as kids use their imaginations to play together or with their caregiver. Theme rotates monthly. 

mother and infant in baby garden

Baby Garden

The littlest library visitors now have a dedicated place of their very own to safely explore soft play toys and grow socially in this highly tactile space. For non-walking infants and their caregivers.