"Libraries Rock!" Mazomanie Free Library Summer Program - June 18 - July 28, 2018
Music brings people together. Through books, games, musical experiences and activities, children will interact with music and enjoy a variety of "rockin" fun at the library.
Here's How it Works: Keep track of your reading. For each hour of reading, a sticker goes on our progress chart. Each sticker represents one dollar that will be donated to the Wisconsin Heights Players to help them continue to bring the magic of music and theatre to our community. Children will also receive small incentive prizes for every two hours of reading.
Where's the Rock Star? Every day a rubber rock star duck will be hiding in the library. Find it, tell the librarian where it is and you can put your name in for a weekly prize drawing.
Special Guests and Activities - Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m.
- June 20 - Rock Wall Climbing at Mix It Up Fitness. Signed parental permission required.
- June 27 - "Seeing Stars" with Paul Kinzer - portable planetarium at the Community Building. Seating limited to 40. Second show may be added at 3:00 pm if needed.
- July 11 - Making Music - make your own musical instruments using recycled materials.
- July 18 - "The Soda Pups" - dog agility and adorable tricks at the Community Building. Don't forget your camera!
- July 25 - Guest Musicians and instrument "petting zoo."
Schedule subject to change without notice.
Lunch Bunch - Fridays at noon -June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27
Listen to a couple of chapters from "The Black Star of Kingston" by S.D. Smith while you eat your own sack lunch. We'll have dessert for you and some fun crafty projects to make after we eat. Great for kids in 1st-4th grades. Seating is limited to 15. Register beginning June 1.
Pre-K Storytime - Fridays at 10:00 a.m. _ June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27.
Best for children 2-5 years old, but younger siblings are always welcome. Storytime lasts @ 40 minutes and includes a simple craft based on the days theme. Registration is not required.
Building Your Child’s Literacy Skills
Parents and teachers know that children who are read to at an early age become confident, capable readers. Reading to your child just twenty minutes each day helps encourage language skills, stimulate curiosity, and prepare for success in school.
Have a child with a specific interest like race cars or horses? Need help finding the right book to interest your young reader? Have a school project deadline coming up? Just ask and we will be happy to help you locate just the right books either on our shelves or available through the South Central Library System.