Programming for Children

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Join us for Summer Reading 2015!

Pick up your reading logs at the Library beginning May 11.

2015 Summer Reading Program Registration form

SUMMER READING PROGRAM GUIDELINES ’15

2015 Summer Reading Kids Program Schedule

Summer Movies 2015

 

 

A single Story Time session is held during the summer for children ages infant through 8 years old, on Tuesday mornings from 10:30-11:00 a.m.  The session runs through June and July.  An adult or responsible caregiver of at least 12 years of age must accompany children attending story time.

The Summer Reading program is geared towards children of all ages.  Summer Reading programs are scheduled for Wednesdays during the months of June and July, session one at 9 a.m., and session two at 11 a.m.    Each week, a different performer visits, and the program is followed by crafts and snacks.  Children are also encouraged to continue to read throughout the summer for pleasure, and to reinforce the reading skills they learned at school.  Children can keep logs of the books/time read during the summer, and if completed logs are turned in by the deadline, the children are eligible to receive prizes.  Summer Reading program information (schedules, registration forms, etc.) is available by mid-May each spring.

This Summer we will again show movies on Thursday afternoons at 2 pm.  The Library provides free popcorn for movie goers.

 

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Story times are scheduled during the school year.  Infants through two years of age attend story times with a parent or other adult, on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 a.m.  Children ages 3 to 5, who are not yet in Kindergarten, attend story times on Wednesdays at 10:30.  On Thursdays at 10:30, children ages infant through 5 years and not yet in Kindergarten attend.   Registration for story time is required.  Forms are available at the Library.

The Library has a children’s Early Literacy Computer available in our children’s room.  There are many fun, education programs kids of all ages can enjoy while visiting the Library.

The Library hosts an annual Easter party and Easter Egg Hunt, as well as, a costume contest in conjunction with Trick-or-Treat Main Street.  From time to time, the Library schedules movie time for children, with free popcorn for those in attendance.  Other special programs are scheduled throughout the year.

 

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