This summer’s theme is “Every Hero has a Story.” The theme is just a fun thing to give us something to hang activities onto. You may read what you wish to read (Though reading about one of YOUR heroes couldn’t hurt!) and you may attend as many or as few of the programs as you wish. Basically there are two parts to our program: Recording your reading and coming to fun programs.
The first and, perhaps, the most important part is that of tracking reading activity. The library will recognize reading achievement with recognition, awards and prizes at several levels in a variety of ways; details available here soon.
The second part is that of programs and includes a number of special events that have been scheduled to fit this summer’s elementary and early childhood theme of “Every Hero has a Story!” The full descriptions of our events are below. You may download a calendar that list the event, dates, time & location, but does not go into much detail for each event: Every Hero has a StoryElCal2015
Concerts in the Park
The library will be co-sponsoring Kids’ Concerts in the Park on Wednesdays at noon at the Gazebo in Pennsylvania Park. Scheduled to appear are: Ron Fowler, The Moxie Strings, Pete Kehoe, Kirby Snively, Rusted Spurs, Charlie Reager, CTAC Strings Program, Papa Crow and Sara Wheeler & Little Groove.
Go here for the complete line-up.
Science Saturdays Separate sign-up required for each session.
Call 231-758-3112, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Youth Desk.
Science Saturdays will happen at 1:00 p.m. in the Program Room on: August 15.
PAWS to READ
PDL’s Paws Dogs will also be available for children to read to during the summer. To learn more about the dogs and their schedules, visit http://www.petoskeylibrary.org/paws-to-read/
August 18 – 2-3:30 p.m. - Create Your Own Super Hero. We’ll create your own superhero the “old fashioned way” using our imaginations and some paper tools and see what you can come up with.