Thursday, May 15, 2008

What do I do this summer...

Visit your library!!!



This year marks my 5th summer reading program and it also marks my 1st year to supervise one! I have had a "Funtastic" time "Stepping to the beat" about the importance of literacy, using every resource from my figurative "Paws, Claws, Scales, and Tales", learning how to "Get a Clue" about a library's worth to its community.


As stated in an earlier comment, the Pearl Public Library is offering a 6-week summer reading program, "Catch the Reading Bug", designed for K-6th children and a 5-week program, "Metamorphosis", for young adults ages 13-17!



There is a wealth of knowledge and excitement in your library and the best part is that the services your library offers are ALL FREE! Below is a summer reading program schedule for the Pearl Public Library but you can go to http://www.cmrls.lib.ms.us/calendar.html for other libraries' schedules.




Catch the Reading Bug
(Kindergarten-6th grade)
All children's programs are Thursdays at 6:00 PM

June 5
Chuck Galey, author and Illustrator

June 12
CMRLS PUPPET SHOW

June 19
Robert Day the Magician

June 26
John Stark, Story Teller and Naturalist

July 3
Bug Craft Fair
July 10
Summer Reading Finale: “Bug-tastic” Game Night




Metamorphosis
(Ages 13-17)
All teen programs are Mondays at 6:00 PM

June 9
Need to relax? Had a tough semester? Join us for meditation and yoga!

June 16
Cartooning with John Read, Publisher and Editor of Stay Tooned Magazine

June 23
Play Etiquette Jeopardy! Last day to register for Teen Summer Reading Program
June 30
Volunteer and Career Faire

July 7
Party and Awards Ceremony and finale with Watts Up Jams

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Awesome!