Summer Library Program

Kids enjoyed three workshops this summer with the theme of “Tails and Tales.” We have a gallery of pictures to share all the fun and memories from this great summer program.

Librarian Kathryn Rhoades reads a story about Sharks!
Kids make their own sharks out of an envelope.
Guest Reader Jim Oss reads “Clark the Shark.”
Librarian Megan Hober reads a story about butterflies to the 1st-3rd grade group.
Librarian Desiree Littlechild reads a non-fiction book about butterflies and kids are very interested.
Kids create their own butterflies with transparent wings using clear plastic laminate and colored tissue paper.
Kids decorate their binoculars to use for watching butterflies and birds!
4th to 6th graders volunteer for roles in the reader’s theater workshop,
Librarian Amanda McCaddon coaches students working with microphones.
The group learns how to take a bow after a show is over.
Tales around the campfire is the theme of the final workshop.
When the lights go out to simulate nighttime, the stars can be seen overhead!
A student tries her hand at being a Story-Time Reader.