Storytime is a tradition of gathering together to tell and listen to stories. The stories are usually fairy, folk, or modern bedtime tales, though this is usually of the host's choosing. The setting has evolved over the years, but always attempts to capture a milieu of innocence, usually in a cozy environment.
Presently, Storytime is an event for local children at the Williamstown Public Library organized and performed by Williams students. To join or attend, contact Ariel Heyman, '08, at <email>email@example.com</email>.
is a reading and acting-out of a storybook or two in front of an audience of adorable and adoring children at the Williamstown Public Library, complete with fantastic costumes, usually assembled from the closets of the participants, and incredible props, such as giant stuffed dogs as noble steeds. It occurs at least once a month on a Saturday morning or afternoon, and is wonderful. If you are interested, contact .