Summer Reading Program 2014


Join us this summer to read or listen to books, earn prizes, and attend programs at the library.  All children are invited to participate.  See information about our teen (6th - 12th grade) program here.

See our calendar of events here, see details in our brochure here, and register here.

UPDATE:  Our Stuffed Animal Sleepover on Friday, August 22 is full.   An additional session will be held on Wednesday, August 20 at 10:30 A.M. for children ages 2 - 8.  If you'd like to attend, please register here.  See pictures from our previous Stuffed Animal Sleepover here.  

NEW Science and Reading Activity Logs
We have NEW science and reading activity logs filled with a variety of activities for you to explore throughout the rest of the summer.  Identify birds in your neighborhood, read a biography of a scientist, take a walk and observe nature around you, watch a science DVD, or more.  After you complete any 6 choices, you will receive a prize and enter the prize drawing.  

You may pick up a copy of the science and reading activity log from the library or see it here.

You will have until September 15 to receive prizes for completing six choices on the science and reading activity log. We hope you enjoy reading, experimenting, and exploring!






Friday, June 13 is the first day to pick up reading logs from the library and register for the Summer Reading Program.  Sparkles the Clown will be at the library from 10:30 to 12:30 creating balloon animals.  We'll hand out helium balloons the rest of the day.







Tuesday, June 24 - "Reading is Magic" by Dynamic West Assemblies
This program for children of all ages will be held at 10:30 A.M. in the Senior and Community Activity Center.  Explore how fun reading can be through magic and comedy.






Tuesday, July 8 - Spectacular Science:  Liquid Nitrogen by Larry Biederman
This program for children of all ages will be held at 10:30 A.M. in the Senior and Community Activity Center. Liquid nitrogen is an extremely cold substance that causes exciting interactions including shattering, spinning, and erupting.  We'll explore what happens to many different objects when immersed in liquid nitrogen.  
 
Tuesday,  August 12 - "Joel's ScienceRific Comedy Show" by Joel Tacey
This program for children of all ages will be held at 10:30 A.M. in the Senior and Community Activity Center. Discover a secret lab and help Joel find his missing sidekick, Maze the Mouse, as Joel brings to life eight exciting books in this program of comedy, magic, and music.



Programs throughout the summer include:
Toddler Storytime (2 - 3 years)
Preschool Storytime (3 - 5 years)
Stories in the Park (ages 4-7)

Science Adventurers (Kindergarten - 2nd grade)
Science Explorers (3rd - 5th grade)
Game Days (Kindergarten - 5th grade)

See details in our brochure here.
See our calendar of events here.
Register here.
Questions? Ask them here

We hope to see you in the library this summer!

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