Purcell Public Library
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 03:53
Thursday afternoons bring chances for a variety of activities for children of all ages at the Purcell Public Library this summer during its Summer Reading Program.
At 2 p.m. most Thursdays, the library splits up children into groups of tweens ages 8-12 and under 8 for craft programs and other activities.
Upcoming themes and dates include:
June 20 – 8-under, Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders; Tweens Dig Into Dioramas;
June 27 – 8-under, Leaf Collage; Tweens Dig It, Vegetables;
July 4 – No programs, library closed for the holiday;
July 11 – 8-under, Grass Heads; Tweens Dig Into Our Earth;
July 18 – 8-under, Stepping Stones; Tweens Dig Star Trek.
For more information on these programs, or any of the activities and services offered this summer at the library, call 527-5546.