Story Time – Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Ages 2-6 – Our summer session runs through to August 20. Wear your snazziest jammies and bring along your stuffed toy for this fun preschool program where we will help build early literacy skills by reading, talking, singing and playing together. Adults must stay for the program.
Summer Reading Club, Tuesdays, 4:45pm, Ages 6-10
Aug 6 – Something Fishy
Aug 13 – Hands on Nature
Aug 20 – Quest for Bones
Sunshine and Panzerotti, Thursday, Aug 15, 2:00pm, All Ages – Panzerotti & Sunshine entertain all ages as they play and sing songs that come mainly from the British, Irish and North American folk traditions, including introducing some interesting instruments such as guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, bodhran (Irish drum) and others.
Drop-In: Bubble Art in the Garden – Thursday, Aug 22, 1:00pm – 2:00pm – The materials are set out and waiting for you to get creative!
Adult Summer Reading Club – July 2 – August 23 – Why should kids have all the fun? Register with Beanstack and log the titles you read all summer. You could win a Chapters Gift Card!
Teen Summer Reading Club – July 2 – August 23 – Read what you like, when you like! Register with Beanstack and track the amount of time you spend reading all summer. You could win a Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera & accessories!
Read and Play Every Day – This program takes you and your child through daily literacy and reading activities over a long period of time. Earn incentives as you work your way through the program. Register using Beanstack on our website: library.brucecounty.on.ca
All programs are FREE unless otherwise noted. Donations to your library are gratefully accepted. Children 9 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult or caregiver while in the library. The assigned caregiver must be at least 12 years old. Children under the age of 5 attending programs may be supervised by the library staff only during the scheduled time of the program; their caregivers must always remain in the library building. Responsibility for the welfare and the behaviour of children using the library ultimately rests with the parent/guardian or an assigned caregiver. Thank you for your understanding