Children’s Corner

For more information about Children and Teen programming, check out our events calendar!

[Image 1 Description – Storytimes for Oxford Library, In-Person Storytimes (all ages welcome) Mondays @ 10:30 am & Wednesdays @ 10:30 am, Baby Storytime (for 0-18 months) Wednesdays @ 9:30 am, No registration required.]

[Image 2 Description – Storytime @ Starbucks, Where: Oxford Starbucks 503 Commons Dr, Oxford, PA 19363, When: Every Tuesday @ 12 pm, Join Oxford Library for free storytimes at Starbucks! Enjoy reading stories, singing songs, and more. Open to all ages. No registration required.]

[Image 3 Description – 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten @ Oxford Library, Did you know that reading to your child is one of the most powerful ways to boost their brain power? 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a fun and free way to start your child on the path to success! Any child ages 0-5 can participate. Keep an online log of the books you read and get a prize once you complete 1,000 books. Sign up at or use the QR code above.]

[Image 4 Description – Music & Me. In-Person! Fridays @ 10:30 am. For ages 0-6. Come sing, dance, and play with us at the library!No registration required.]

[Image 5 Description – Anime Club. April 18 @ 5 pm. For 6th through 12th graders. Join us for Anime Club! Come share your love of anime and manga with fellow fans. Meeting every 3rd Thursday of the month. New activities each meeting. New to anime/manga? Come anyway and learn what you should watch/read next! Registration not required.]

[Image 6 Description – Page Turners. A book club for home-schooled students. Every fourth Monday of the month @ 2:00 pm. Read each month’s book at home, then join us at the library for a discussion and activities about the book! Geared towards students in grades 4-6. Registration required. What we’re reading: April 22 – “The Witch of Blackbird Pond” by Elizabeth George Speare.]

[Image 7 Description – Interviewing 101. In-Person @ Oxford Library. For Grades 9-12. Looking to explore careers and become work-ready? Join Career Corps as we talk about how to build your job interview skills as well as how Career Corps can help you with your journey into the workplace. Registration not required.]

[Image 8 Description – Let’s Learn about the Oxford Police Department. April 27 @ 2 pm. Join Officer Greer from the Oxford Police Department as we learn about what our police officers do for the Oxford community. Topics included will be awareness of surroundings, familiarity with police in an emergency, components of patrol vehicles, and more! All ages welcome. No registration required.]

Teen Volunteers @ Oxford Library

Oxford Library welcomes teen volunteers from grades 6 through 12. Volunteer opportunities may include shelving books, assisting in programs, and more! We accept teen volunteers all year long.

To become a teen volunteer, print the teen volunteer application below and either email a scan or a picture to Miss Sarah at [email protected] or return a physical copy of the form to the Children’s Room Desk at Oxford Library.

Have Questions? Email Sarah Beyer Doty at [email protected] or call the library at 610-932-9625.