Ages 2 - 3
10:30am to 11:00am
Ages 3 - 5
10:30am to 11:15am
2013 Summer Reading Club
"Dig Into Reading"
Starting on Monday, June 10 and continuing for ten weeks, the Library will explore the underground world around us.
Stop by the Library to sign up and receive your folder and reading calendar. Keep track of how much time you read each day. Put a sticker on your calendar for every day that you read for 30 minutes or more.
At the end of each week, come to the Library with your reading calendar. We will stamp your calendar once for every 5 days that you have a sticker. At the end of the summer bring in your reading calendar for your reward. The more stamps you have, the higher the value of your reward. The Summer Reading Club is for children of all ages and ends on Sunday, August 18.
Summer Programs and Workshops
·June 19 @ 10:30 AM — "I Dig Clay” presented by the Chester Springs Studio. $5 materials fee. Ages 6—11.
·June 26 @ 10:30AM — "I Dig Buried Treasure” presented by "Detector Dave” Poland. Ages 8+
·July 22-26 — Archaeology Workshop and Dig, featuring a week-long dig @ Historic Yellow Springs. Ages 8—11.
·July 24 @ 10:30AM — "Down Under the Farm” presented by Tom Grant, an avid Worm Farmer. All ages.
·July 31 @ 10:30AM—”Zoo on Wheels” from the Elmwood Park Zoo featuring live animals. Presented with support from Citadel Bank. All ages.
·August 7 @ 10:30AM— "I Dig Clay” presented by the Chester Springs Studio. $5 materials fee. Ages 6—11.
·Date TBA—”Digging Archaeology” presented by archaeologist, Chris Jones. Ages 6—11.
Registration is required for all programs. Please visit our online calendar for more details and to register.
2013 Science in the Summer
July 8 - 11
Level I for children entering grades 2-3: 9:45am to 10:45am
Level II for children entering grades 4-6: 11:00am to Noon
Registration begins Wednesday, May 1 on a first-come/first served basis.
Physical Science and Electricity
How do magnets work? What is a magnetic force field? What makes electricity?
Students will learn the answers to these questions and more in Physical
Science/Electricity. This course teaches about magnetism, static electricity,
electrical currents and circuits with a compass, an electromagnet and an
electrostatic generator. Discover why it’s a hair-raising experience!
Last Modified: 5/15/13