The Warminster Township Free Library youth staff offer many educational and fun opportunities for children from birth to age 18. We also have a wide array of fiction and nonfiction books, films and music in print and online formats for our children and teens. The staff is devoted to providing information children, teens, and parents need to grow and learn throughout their lives.
While encouraging our youth to read is the cornerstone of what we do, we also offer programs that foster imagination, innovation, creativity and building social relationships through music, art, science, history & more! At the Warminster Library, children and teens can explore new passions, interests, and ideas that can help them be the adults of tomorrow.
For more information check out our programs below or contact us.
- For youth programs and services contact Ann Duffy
- For teen programs and services contact Katy Griffith
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► Reading Programs
► Story Time Programs
- Classes will be held on Tuesdays at 10:30AM before the library opens at 11AM
- Suggested for ages 2 to 6 with a caregiver.
- Registration is required. You may sign up for as many classes as you are able. You must register for each date separately.
- Sign up as a family group, not for each individual child.
- Space is limited to 15 families per class.
- Masks are encouraged, but not required for outdoor story times."
- Physical distancing is REQUIRED. Please stay at least 6 feet away from those not in your family group or pod.
- Bring your own blanket, towels, or mats to use for seating on the grass.
What if it rains?
- Should it rain or be too wet to do the program outside, all registrants will be contact via email 60 minutes for the program's start time. In the event of rain, we will be hosting the program on our Facebook page.
If you would like to register for an event please click here.
► School-Age Programs
► Teen Programs
► Teen Volunteering Opportunities
There have been some changes to volunteering requirements. All volunteers must have their Teen Application, PA State Police Clearance , and Child Abuse Clearances completed prior to starting. An FBI fingerprinting clearance is only required for those volunteers who have not lived in PA for 10 or more years.
- Fall-Spring Volunteering Application [click here]
- Summer Teen Volunteering Application [click here]
- PA State Police Clearance Form [click here]
- Child Abuse Clearance [https://www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis/public/home]
- Create an individual Account
- Log in as Individual
- Complete the online clearance questions
- Make sure to select “volunteer” status. Clearances for volunteers are free.
- Wait a week and check to see if the results come in
- Once the results are in please email them to Ann Duff [email@example.com]
- FBI Fingerprinting [Only required if volunteer has not lived in PA for 10 or more years]
- FBI Fingerprinting information [http://www.keepkidssafe.pa.gov/resources/clearances/fbifinger/index.htm]
- Fingerprinting Info Sheet [click here]
- FBI Fingerprinting Waiver for Minor [click here]
Please direct any questions with regards to Teen Volunteers to Ann Duffy [firstname.lastname@example.org]
► Pre-K Resources
- If you do not have reliable internet or a computer, we have paper logs available for our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. These paper logs can be printed and used to track your progress before you add the information online or the entire program can be done using these paper logs.
- 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Paper Logs
► Reading List