Summer Reading Program Picnic

End of the Summer Reading Program Picnic in the Community Room for all Reading Program Participants and their Families.

Kevin's Juggling and Balloons will provide a balloon twist for each reading program participant.

School Age Book Club

For students ages 9 - 11

Discuss book and then decoupage first initial of name with comic book paper.

TAB Meeting

Teen Advisory Board Meeting at the library.

Fantasy Corral Traveling Petting Zoo

10 Animal Display - Coin operated feed machines available.

The Spoon Man - Musical Comedian

What Does He Do?
  • He plays with 2 ordinary household tablespoons with music in the background.
  • He has an audience sing-a-long competition.
  • Hilarious Impressions (Rock-n-Roll and a Rap-Spoon Player).
  • He jumps into the audience playing spoons on their hands.  Everyone gets "spooned."
  • He has great educational messages, which are blended into his show.

Free family entertainment

Find the Superhero in YOU! Science Show with Jim Lenz

General Description: Yes, there are everyday heroes that we think of...such as law enforcement officers, individuals who serve in our military, firefighters, doctors and nurses, teachers and librarians, and of course our parents...but participants of the show will learn what it means to be our own hero!

School Age Book Club

For students ages 9 - 11

Vote on a book to read for the summer and then frost/decorate superhero cookies.

Sign up required.

Children's Movie

Movie Line-Up:

June 18th:  Big Hero 6 Rated PG 102 minutes

June 25th:  The Incredibles Rated PG 115 minutes

July 2nd:  The Boxtrolls Rated PG 97 minutes

July 9th:  Underdog Rated PG 82 minutes

July 16th:  Tinkerbell and the Legend of the Neverbeast Ratd G 76 minutes

July 23rd:  The Lorax Rated PG 87 minutes

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