What’s happening at the library????

Please note: there will be NO Boredom Buster this Wednesday, July 20th……

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Come on over to the library’s basement Thursday evening at 6 p.m. for a Didgeridoo Down Under program put on by Raihan Alam. Alam has been a DDU “edu-trainer” since 2008, and has performed at schools, libraries and venues throughout the U.S. He is committed to fostering appreciation for cultural diversity, empathy and cooperation, and is grateful to be here with you today.

You can preview their program at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O09H8eQRfrM#action=share

DDU flyer (front)

After this program, there is only 1 Thursday night program remaining, next Thursday where we will be bringing in race cars and dirt bikes for the kids to check out. This will be held over in the PS Bank / Post Office parking lot at 6 p.m.

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Time is running out, so be sure to bring in your reading logs in order to get credit, pick a prize and put your name in for the end of summer drawing…..

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 Please join us Calling all kids entering Kindergarten this fall, week 3 of Play K is this Saturday, July 23 at 9 a.m. This program is ONLY for children entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2016.

Play K pic

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Summer Reading

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Summer Reading: Required summer reading books are available here to read. Each book or audio book may be checked out for 2 weeks and may NOT be renewed. We do have multiple titles of some of the books, reserves may be placed on the titles.

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Don’t forget that we are holding a Community Summer Reading Challenge for all ages. The challenge is: Read ten library books that match the criteria on our reading challenge list  between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2016.  Hardcopy books, e-books, and audiobooks all count.

Complete the challenge by Sept. 6 and you can enter your name in a drawing for a free book sponsorship – your name on the dedication plate of a new library book and you get to be the first to check it out of the library. Challenge forms are available at the library.

community reading challenge 2016 form

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