Summer Reading Programs at Matthews Library

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The library hosts a program every Tuesday at 2 p.m. during the summer.  You can find the schedule of programs here.  Everyone is welcome, no registration is required, and all programs are free and fun for all ages!                               Don’t forget to pick up this year’s Summer Reading Program folder that includes activities for children and a reading log.  Children who hand in completed folders will be invited back for a special end-of-summer party!  Please include child’s name, age and phone number on each completed folder; one folder per child please.

2016 Summer Reading Program Schedule



June 14

Caryn Lin transforms sound through the use of her electric violin and a myriad of modern technology!  Music and sound will appear to come to life before your eyes!

June 21

The Forgotten Friends Reptiles will visit again with their caretaker, Jesse Rothaker.  They’re friendly, peaceful and some of the most interesting creatures you’ll ever meet!

June 28

Paul Merklein loves to draw cartoons!  He’ll show us lots of superheroes and characters from your favorite books!

July 5

The All American Dinosaur Show, featuring an eight foot triceratops skull, a Dinosaur Game Show, and a prehistoric bug bonanza, comes to the library!

July 12

Science Tellers will sweep you away to a land where dragons are real and only the most daring people survive to tell the tale!

July 19

Marian & Friends, a ventriloquist with a good time cast of characters, will knock your socks off when they bring their good time and laughter to the library!

July 26

The ZooAmerica animals can’t wait to visit the library and all their old friends in northern Lebanon county!

August 2

Miss Maggie Sings! bringing her guitar, percussion, poetry, stories, and puppets for a delightful afternoon of entertainment!

August 9

Eddy Ray the Magician brings incredible illusions and mind bending magic to the library!  You won’t believe your own eyes when he performs the most fascinating feats known to the art of abracadabra.

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