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 Summer Reading 2021
@ The Abington Public LIbrary 

June 21 - August 14

Tails and Tales- Summer Reading Program 2021

This year we are once again using ReadSquared to log our reading. It is simple to register and to log minutes, and there are other fun things to do as well. There are Games, Bingo, and Missions. And this year we have added Page Turner which you can find under Missions. There are stories, crafts, simple recipes, and Author/Illustrator interviews.

When our Summer Readers reach 1000 hours all together we will be able to help a Wallaby and a Koala through WWF. And we could use your help! 

Stop by the Children's Room for a swag bag and more information about what is happening @ APL for Summer Reading! It is never too late to sign up and READ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Thursday, July 29

Summer Crafternoon     3:30

 We are planning on having some fun with our Summer Reading theme "Tails and Tales."
Registration will start on June 23. Space is limited and priority will be given to Abington residents 

This program is full. 

 

 

Tuesday, August 10

Summer Book Club     12:00

Miss Amy is hoping to find 15 readers going into grades 4 - 7 to join her in reading See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng. Registration will begin June 15 and the first meeting will be Tuesday, June 29. The second meeting will be Tuesday, August 10.

 We are still looking for a few more readers if you are interested.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, August 11

Drum to the Beat with Otha Day     2:00 - 2:45
 

We are excited to announce the return of Otha Day and his "Drum to the Beat" drum circle program on Wednesday, August 11th at 2:00pm. Come on by and learn about drums, rhythm, and be part of the library community‚Äôs drum circle! No experience is needed and everyone will have a chance to create their own unique rhythm. Registration is required and begins on July 29th- space will be limited. This program is for all ages. "Drum to the Beat" is funded by the Anderson Foundation Cultural Series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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