A Universe of Stories - Summer Library Program - June 17 - July 26
Tap into all the wonder of space this summer with projects, games, books, STEAM projects and more which celebrate the Universe of Stories. Here's how it works: Keep track of your reading. For each hour that you read, you'll get a sticker for the progress chart. Each sticker represents one dollar that will be donated to a local charity. You'll receive little surprise treats along the way, too.
Where's the Astro-duck? Every day, a rubber Astro-duck will be hiding somewhere in the library. When you find it, tell the librarian where it is and you can put your name in for a weekly prize drawing.
Great Special Guests & Activities - Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m.:
June 17 - The Soda Pups at the Mazomanie Community Building; 9 Brodhead St. - Super cute dog agility and tricks. Don't forget your camera!
June 26 - Making Moon Rocks
July 3 - Blast Off to the Black Hole - straw rockets game
July 10 - Design Your Own Constellation - using marshmallows and toothpicks
July 17 - Galactic Goop
July 24 - Here Comes the Sun
Pre-K Storytime - Fridays at 10:00 a.m. - June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26.
Best for children 2-5 years old, but younger siblings are always welcome. Storytime lasts @35-40 minutes and includes a simple craft based on the days theme. Registration is not required.
Lunch Bunch - Fridays at noon - June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26.
Listen to a couple of chapters of A Boy Called BAT whhile you eat your own sack lunch. The library will have dessert for you and a fun craft or activity after we eat. Great for kids in 1st-4th grades. Limit:15! Register now!
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.
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