Monday, June 23, 2014

Summer at the Library

Blogger's Note: The following was provided by the Pottstown Regional Public Library

Many summer programs are occurring at the library in June, July, and August. 

The first "Wednesday Morning" performance is at 10:30 on June 25th. The crowds are so big for these Wednesday performances that we hold them on the main floor of the library and put all other functions of the library on hold. 

 There are six Wednesday Morning performances scheduled, so there are plenty of chances to join the fun. (all free, no registration required).

The library also has programs, crafts, and parties scheduled tailored by age. 

Some programs require registration, so visit the website and event calendar to check it out. Don't forget to register and record your reading - you may win a prize.

Research shows that kids who read over the summer avoid a loss of reading skills. They call that the "summer slide" (and it is one slide you want to avoid).

Besides the hard work of the children's department, you can thank the Greater Pottstown Foundation, Soroptomist, and Trinity Reformed Church, for supporting Summer Reading at the Pottstown Regional Public Library

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