Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Summer Events at WVPL - BB, Week of July 9

Summer is in full swing here at WVPL. Have you been reading and logging your books on our Summer Reading Log? Join our Summer Reading Club today! We have something for everyone from a newborn to 100 years and older! For children, sign up and read to the goal to earn a free t-shirt and free book of your choice. For teens, read a book or few and be entered into a raffle at the end of summer. Join today! The last day to join and log your books is August 7 (Adult Reading Club dates vary).

We have lot of great events happening this coming week. Are you attending? (All links are click-able and most events have online registration).


Heard of Lego Club? Want to see what it is all about? This summer, we have special Lego Club sessions every Thursday in July! For all ages (parents/guardians of children ages 5 and under must attend with child). Register today for July 12; July 19; July 26.

Stories and Puppets! On Wednesday, July 11 at 7 PM, visit us to hear Native American Stories and see puppetry by Steve Abrams at this free library event! No registration is required so drop by!

Read to Dogs. Yes, real dogs visit the library on Thursday mornings from 10 AM to 11 AM just to hear your child read stories (these are special service dogs). Have you signed up for your 10 minute slot today? Call the library or stop by!


Teen Tech Club on Wednesday, July 11 at 4 PM. We’ll be playing with the online tools that the library offers for free! We have spaces available (a max of 8 participants). Ages 13-17. Sign-up now! July 11, July 18, July 25, Aug. 1, Aug. 8

Teens Talk Books. On Friday, just for teens, we’ll be getting together to discuss books. Love your summer reading? Hate your summer reading? Want to find out why others think a book is so popular? Want to discuss the “it” book of the moment? Join our Teens Talk Books on Friday, July 13 at 3 PM at Blue Bell to enjoy a free-form book discussion group. For ages 13-17. Sign-up now!

Check out our Events page for more!

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