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2017 Summer Reading Program!

June Schedule – “Build A Better World!”

Sign-Ups For June Events Now Open!

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June 6th/13th/20st/27th, 11 AM: Storytime! – New Kensington – Families with children entering third grade and younger are invited to join Miss Katie for some Summer Reading themed craft projects, stories, and songs every week!

June 8th, 1 PM: Summer Reading Kick-Off: The Art Of Magic! – New Kensington – Join us for the official beginning of Summer Reading! Magician Dan Kuniak will be performing his show “The Art Of Magic,” a combination magic and art event requires a lot of audience participation! Bring the whole family!

June 15th, 1 PM: Carnegie Science Center Presents “Ready Set Roll!” – New Kensington – Especially designed for kids ages 3-5 and their families, this Carnegie Science Center event will answer questions like “Why do balls roll and bounce?” and  “What can we do to make a ball we are playing with move even faster?” Bring the littlest scientists in your family for this hour-long collaborative ramp-building science project! Space is limited to the first 30 children.

June 22nd, 1 PM: Carnegie Museum Presents “Rockin’ Reptiles!” – New Kensington – Meet some real exotic reptiles in this up close and personal 45 minute family science adventure! Staff from the Carnegie Museum Of Natural History will give you all the scientific knowledge and tools you need to learn the most about our reptile guests! Space is limited to the first 30 children!

June 29th/July 6th, 1 PM: Carnegie Mellon Presents “Architecture Without Walls!” – New Kensington – How do architects design the world around us? In this two-session workshop, students will learn about architecture while creating their own model park with a playground, garden, and pavilion. Presented by Carnegie Mellon School Of Architecture. Please be sure your child can attend both the June 29th and July 6th sessions before signing up! Space is limited to the first 30 children.

For more information or to sign up for any of these events, please visit our website www.peopleslibrary.org or call us at 724.339.1021 x 14. Check back soon for July and August Summer Reading events!

June 5th/12th/19th, 1 PM: Carnegie Mellon Presents “Building Up!” – Lower BurrellJoin teachers from Carnegie Mellon School Of Architecture for a three-week class on how architects design buildings that touch the sky! In this workshop, students entering grades 3-5 will get creative and design their own skyscrapers.

June 7th/14th/21st/28th, 1:30 PM: Musical Storytime! – Lower Burrell – Kids in third grade and younger with their families  can choose from a variety of musical instruments such as tambourines, shakers, rhythm sticks, and maracas!  Families are also welcome to bring their own instruments to play!

June 7th/14th/21st/28th, 3 PM: Storytime! – Lower Burrell – Families with children entering third grade and younger  are invited to join Miss Katie for some Summer Reading themed craft projects, stories, and songs every week!  After the program, be sure to stay and play the piano or draw on the chalkboard.

June 26th, 1 PM: Carnegie Science Center Presents “Hello Robot!” – Lower Burrell –  Let’s meet some robots  and learn about what they do! Explore some new robotic technology with the professionals  from the Carnegie Science Center…you just might make a new robot friend! Space is limited  to the first 30 children so sign up now! Recommended for kids ages 3-5 and their families.

For more information or to sign up for any of these events, please visit our website www.peopleslibrary.org or call us at 724.339.1021 x 14. Check back soon for July and August Summer Reading events!