The first day of summer has arrived, and the library’s Summer Reading Program has begun. This year’s theme is “A Universe of Stories”. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first man on the moon, we will be featuring lots of stories and activities focused on space.
To kick off our program, all the students at Deposit Elementary School had the opportunity to visit the Kopernik Observatory’s portable planetarium on June 18th. They saw the moon, the planets, and the constellations projected on the planetarium ceiling while learning a lot of facts about our universe. It was a great hit with all who attended.
Programs at the library begin on July 8th. There are weekly programs for ages 2- 15 and a Summer Reading Challenge for all ages. Contact the library or stop by for more information. We want to see YOU this summer!