Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month


Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI Heritage Month) is an annual celebration that recognizes the historical and cultural contributions of individuals and groups of Asian and Pacific Islander descent to the United States. The AAPI umbrella term includes cultures from the entire Asian continent—including East, Southeast and South Asia—and the Pacific Islands of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. As of 2019, there were about 22.9 million people of Asian or Pacific Islander descent in the United States." - The History Channel

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Library Programs 
Youth Library Programs 
  • Baby & Me - Hug your little one while sharing this special first-time experience. This storytime introduces books with play time and repetitive music. Age: Birth-18 months. 
  • Rhythm, Rhyme, & Storytime - Sing, swing, and sway through this program dedicated to music and movement! Finger plays, rhythm movement, and dancing create the perfect opportunity for fun-filled learning as you watch your child develop their vocabulary, counting skills, creative thinking, and listening skills. Ages 2 - 5 years old. This themed storytime will be in celebration of Asian American-Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
  • ​I am Golden Author EventCelebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by exploring a beautiful story, I am Golden by Eva Chen, through crafts and activities and even a VIRTUAL visit by the author herself!

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