Summer Reading Program

Our Summer Reading Program continues until school starts in September! I challenge every student to read a book every day! (It doesn’t have to be a long book like Harry Potter.) I know you can do it, and I’ll give lots of prizes and rewards!

Check out this article on preventing the Summer Slide: http://www.phillytrib.com/news/summer-reading-keeps-students-sharp-experts-say/article_23afd9ca-b920-5661-a9c6-4e001f45e9dd.html.

Summer Reading Program

Join us each Friday in July at 10:00 for our Summer Reading Program special events. We’ll have several books, crafts, and activities around our theme: “On Your Mark, Get Set… READ!” On July 15th, Klaus and Lisa Meissner will perform and entertain us too!

A Cautionary Story about Heroin Addiction

On July 11th, join us for a presentation: “Tales: A Cautionary Story about Heroin Addiction” by Theresa DeSalvio. This will be an open discussion about the consequences of heroin addiction, and how to dissuade others from going down this dangerous path. Meet in our Community Room at 5:30.

Independence Day

The library will be closed on Monday as we celebrate Independence Day. We will be open on Saturday, July 2nd (10:00-2:00), and will reopen on Tuesday, July 5th.

Please join us on July 5 for Story Time for Pre-K children at 10:00 a.m.