School is out, and you know what that means – it’s time for Summer Learning at the library! Our theme for 2018 is Community, and we are grateful to serve such a diverse, vibrant and growing community. Join us as we discover, play, make, read, and explore our community and our world!
Throughout the months of June and July, we have over 160 programs and events scheduled for children ages 3-18 and their families. Join us for visits from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, an exclusive play shop by local artist Isaac Bower, and the highly in-demand “Science in the Summer” program presented by the Carnegie Science Center!
In addition to our regular Wednesday storytimes, we are bringing back some of our most popular camps from last year, including printmaking, messy art, and woodworking. And new to our program list are cooking camps and a preschool robots program. Plus, the library is happy to present live musical guest Brandon Williams on June 9. Brandon’s hits “Move Like a Dinosaur” and “The PreK NaeNae” are sure to get you and your little ones up and moving! For older students, our lineup includes cool workshops in poetry, jewelry making, woodworking, and art journaling. There’s something for everyone at the library!