“Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” (PG) Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 6 p.m. Teens ages 12-18 join us for Free Popcorn, Door Prizes, and a chance to WIN a KINDLE FIRE in our Aug 18 prize drawing.
Congratulations to the winners of our Summer Reading prize drawing. One raffle ticket was awarded for each weekly reading log turned in by participants ages 2-12. Raffle tickets for our Kindle Fire give away were awarded to participants turning in the current week’s reading log at our weekly Friday programs.
2016 Summer Reading Prize Drawing Winners:
Kindle Fire with Childproof Case – Donevan Garner
Tangerine Kindle Fire – Ryker Hales
Blue Kindle Fire – Luis Alvarez
Soccer Ball, Book and Sports Bag – Angel Rosales
Basketball, Books, Water bottle and sports bag – Stephanie Rosales
Star Wars Collection – Ethan Crump
Superhero Collection – Carson Crump
Jewelry Making Set and Books – Hannah Blauer
Playdough, Book and Nemo Pool Toy – Everly Schaffer
SlipnSlide and Water Soaker Gun – Miguel Nowland
Blocks and Books – Zyler Neibauer
Disney “Frozen” Collection – Chantaya Huse
Disney Princess Collection – Izzy Pankau
Teens: Don’t miss our paracord bracelet making activity Wednesday, July 20 from 3 – 5 p.m. Attendance qualifies you for a stamp on your Teen BINGO reading challenge card, Door Prizes and a chance to win a Kindle Fire. Join us for all the fun!
Don’t miss our final Summer Reading Program Friday, July 15th at 1 p.m. Wear clothing that can get wet and be ready for lots of outdoor water play and indoor crafts. Bring your week 6 reading log and any additional late reading logs to qualify for your reading certificate and awards. All participants will receive a free book. Our end of program prize drawings will also take place and our top 4 readers in each age category will be recognized. Come Join the Fun!
Stop by the library before Friday with your LATE summer reading logs to be eligible to receive your reading achievement certificate at our Final Program this Friday, July 15 and to have your minutes tallied for the top 4 readers prizes for your age category for weeks 1-5. (Reading logs for Week 6 are eligible for a raffle ticket and will count toward meeting your reading goal, but not toward the top 4 readers prize).
We will accept late reading logs on Friday, July 15 through Saturday July 30th, and will award certificates of achievement and reading awards, but these will need to be picked up at a later date.
Teens (12-18) Join us for a movie night at the library. Wednesday, June 29th 6 p.m. (Run time is 2hrs. 10 min)
BINGO Reading Challenge participants will receive a stamp on their BINGO Card. Everyone who attends will be eligible for a chance to Win a free KINDLE FIRE.
TEENS – Don’t miss our first summer activity on Wednesday, June 15 from 3-5 p.m. We will be making Duct Tape projects. Julie Parrish has lots of great ideas and fun colors and patterns for you to create with. Join the fun and get a stamp on your BINGO Reading Challenge Card. Attendance at this activity qualifies you for a chance to WIN A KINDLE FIRE at the end of the summer programs. – so don’t miss it!
Teens Ages 12 – 18 Register Between May 27 and June 17
- Pick up a reading log and Reading Challenge BINGO Card at the library.
- This program runs from June 10 – August 18
- Bring your reading log and BINGO card to the library to receive a stamp for each challenge completed.
- Each BINGO you achieve earns you a small prize and raffle ticket for our prize drawing.
- BINGO BLACKOUT receives 7 additional raffle tickets.
- Attendance at our special Teen Summer Activities qualifies you for chances to win a FREE KINDLE FIRE!
- Special Teen Summer Activities
- 3-5 p.m June 15 – Make and Take Activity – Duct Tape Projects
- 6-8 p.m. June 29 – Movie Night – McFarland USA (PG)
- 3- p.m. July 20 – Make and Take Activity – Para-cord Bracelets
- 6-8 p.m. Aug 03 – Movie Night – I Am Number 4 (PG-13)
- 6-8 p.m. Aug. 18 – BINGO Night Party Food, Prizes, Games & FUN
Kids ages 2-12 are invited to participate in our summer reading program at the library. Registration is available between May 27 and June 17.
Join us for Games, Activities, Crafts and More.
Programs are Fridays from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 10, 17, 24 and July 1, 8, and 15. Turn in weekly reading logs at the Friday Program to receive your weekly reading award and to be eligible for our end of of summer program prize drawings.
While we encourage attendance at the weekly Friday programs, if you need to miss a Friday, bring in your log during the week to claim your prize and receive credit toward your goal of total minutes read.
Join us Wednesday, May 18 at 7 p.m. for a workshop on Emergency Preparedness: Water, Fuel and Sanitation. Our guest presenter Jed Norwood has 30 years experience as a practitioner of emergency preparedness and is a certified wilderness survival expert. He incorporates his field training into urban situations and helps others learn how to be ready in a crisis. He will focus on how to collect, forage and store water and fuel, and he will address the often overlooked, but critical topic of sanitation. He will underscore how each of these elements are connected and are crucial to the welfare of our families. The presentation is free to the public.