Summer Reading Program

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Check out our upcoming summer programs!

The summer reading program will run from June 16 to August 25.

Every week through the Summer Reading Program, children can join us for Read to the Librarian, where children can talk to a librarian about a book they have read or listened to and earn a prize! Read to the Librarian will happen on Tuesdays from 11am to 2pm and Wednesdays from 11am to 7pm. When possible, Read to the Librarian will be held outside. Children are encouraged to follow current CDC guidelines on masking and social distancing. You can register your child for our Summer Reading Program online.

Throughout the summer we will be having Take and Make crafts! You register for a Take and Make craft kit and will get everything you need to do one fun craft at home! You can see and register for all upcoming crafts on Linktree.

The Summer Lunch Program will begin on Monday, June 21 and run until Friday, August 13.

The Summer Lunch Program provides free lunches and snacks to children 18 and under every weekday all summer long! Lunches are distrusted from 11:30am to 12:30pm, while snacks are distributed from 2:30pm to 3:30pm.

The theme of this year's Summer Reading Program is Tails & Tales! 

The Summer Lunch Program is back!

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Check out our Summer Reading Beanstack Challenges!

We also encourage readers of all ages to join us in doing our Summer Reading Beanstack Challenges! We have special reading challenges available for all age ranges, find out more about our reading challenges on our Beanstack webpage. Register for Beanstack and learn more on the Beanstack Website.

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Learn more about Science in the Summer.

This years Science in the Summer will feature both self-paced activities that can be done at any time and live virtual activities that will take place between July 12 and August 6. Didn't receive an activity kit? Don't worry, families can participate in the these activities regardless of whether or not they receive an activity kit. All the materials used in the activities are things that can commonly be found around the house. Some Science in the Summer events may require families to register on the Science in the Summer website. You can learn about all the different activities on the Science in the Summer website.

 

Check out our Summer Reading Programs below!

Pick Up July 26 and August 2

Take & Make : Sea Shell Dogs

To pick up your kit, visit the library within the dates listed above and give the name used to register for your kits. Contactless pick up is available upon request.

 

Unclaimed/extra kits will be given away after August 2.

 

Kits are available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

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For ages 6 - 12

Friday, August 13 at 2:00pm

Kids Environmental Club - Water Bottle Toy

Children are invited to learn more about the environment with this series of fun crafts and activities. Each activity is paired with a lesson about the steps we can take to protect and preserve our environment.

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For ages 6 - 12

Friday, July 23 at 2:00pm

Kids Environmental Club - Milk Carton Garden

Children are invited to learn more about the environment with this series of fun crafts and activities. Each activity is paired with a lesson about the steps we can take to protect and preserve our environment.

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For ages 6 - 12

Friday, August 27 at 2:00pm

Kids Environmental Club - Seed Jar Experiment

Children are invited to learn more about the environment with this series of fun crafts and activities. Each activity is paired with a lesson about the steps we can take to protect and preserve our environment.

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For ages 6 - 12