Congratulations, Readers! With 3 weeks left in the Summer Reading Program, you’ve accomplished over 17,000 minutes read and over 270 books completed. Give yourself a hand! If you aren’t part of the action, you can still sign up. Head to the library to find out more!
It’s time for a nice relaxing crafternoon. Enjoy this craft video from Checkers and create a cute turtle with pom-poms.
Who’s ready for our next stop on the Reading Road Trip? This week Checkers and Snoozer learn all about Tropical animals. And don’t forget to stop by the library to pick up your craft!
Join us in August for our next book club. We’ll be reading and discussing Sea Wife by Amity Gaige, and you can stop by the library to pick up a copy of the text. If you would like to attend the event via zoom, register here so we can send you a link to join in.
Captain Christmas is back with another great Lego Challenge. He’ll show you how to create some arctic animals to go along with this week’s Reading Road Trip.
Anyone else wish they could see more fireworks? We’ve got a great science project from Checkers TV for you to create your own fireworks in a jar! Try it out tonight with your family.
This week’s Reading Road Trip was all about farm animals, and now we have a great challenge for you to end the week. Captain Christmas is here to challenge you to create a farm out of Legos!
Checkers and Snoozer learn all about different animals in the arctic and let’s learn with them on this next Reading Road Trip stop. It’ll be a nice break from the summer weather. Make sure you stop by the library for a craft, too!
Don’t miss out on this next Teen DIY night at the library! Join us on Wednesday, July 21st at 4:30pm to create your own bottle cap necklace or keychain. The event is for ages 12-18 and you can register here or in the library.