Linda will do a valentine / snow program.
Pember presents a series of eight programs about America. This is intended for elementary school age children. Books, videos and and an activity will accompany each program. The Great Inventors The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk The Building of the Transcontinental Railroad The Mayflower Voyagers The NASA Space Station The Birth of the Constitution The Smithsonian and the Presidency The Music
Linda will be taking the week off from the Summer Reading Program but we will still be having a Story Time.
Saturday is the summer reading program kick-off. This year’s theme is Be Creative @ Your Library. A storyteller on July 2 is also part of the summer program. See the post about Karen Pillsworth and Stone Soup. Children and teens can sign up at either of these programs or come in to the library during regular
Stories from Stones…Stone Soup and a Little Bit More A “Be Creative @ Your Library” program. Children and teens will be able to sign up for summer reading after the performance. Karen says: “Listen…and you will hear stories from long ago and far away, and stories from today, as we go on an adventure into a world where
We will have an early evening Thursday Tall Tales program as well as our new Fireside Story Time on Saturdays. The scouts from Girl Scout Troop 3218 will be the hosts for four Story Times in April and May. Jo-ann will be reading for the other Thursday Tall Tales programs. Look forward to stories using a flannel
Join us on Saturday mornings for Fireside Story Time. Pat O, MaryLou O, and Robyn L will each host one of the story times in March. Anyone else who would like to volunteer some time to read to the children, please give a call to the library and we will work you in to our
Story time this week will feature Pets. Children will have a chance to draw their favorite pet to be entered into our contest to win a long-arm monkey or bobcat. Adults can try to match Pember people with their pets to win a copy of the book “Dewey” by Vicki Myron.
Fun and Finance Collide at the Pember Library The kids yell and point as Brad Zupp attempts to keep eight plates spinning on top of poles. Running from plate to plate, he illustrates, in a way kids can easily understand, the financial concept of needs versus wants. “Kids love learning about how to be smart with
Story time will be about opposites. Children of all ages and their parents or caregivers are welcome to join us.