Summer Reading Program 2015
Every Hero Has a Story is this year’s summer reading theme, and families will find special programs, stories, music, and crafts centered around heroes in books. The collaborative reading program encourages children and teens to continue reading over the summer months.
For teens and adults, the libraries will have summer reading programs around the themes “Unmask” and “Escape the Ordinary.”
Registration begins June 8! Pick up your summer folders at the library.
We have a fabulous lineup of special family programs Thursdays at 11:15:
June 18 11:15am Animal Heroes presented by Lancaster County Parks
June 25 11:15am Damien Drago presents Heroes of the Underground Railroad
July 2 11:15am Who’s Your Super Hero? Bring your hero to the library for lunch!
July 9 11:15am Heroes in Storybooks
July 16 11:15am Heroes in History
July 23 11:15am Hero Party
Join our Lego Club for ages 5-12. We meet the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm. Each session has a different theme and the library provides all of the Legos!
Join this great program that helps parents prepare children for one of life’s big milestones: kindergarten.
Families can register pre-kindergarten aged children for the program, which helps families experience the joy of reading together.
Children receive a prize for every 100 books read to them. When parents and children reach 1,000 books, they achieve status on the library Wall of Fame and receive a special gift! Stop in the library to register for this great family reading program!
Join us Thursday mornings at 11:15 for preschool storytimes.
Smart Start Story Time for Babies
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Videos – Summer Fun at the Library