Edon Branch Library’s summer reading program based on the overall theme of “Dig into Reading” will begin Wednesday, June 5th and end on Friday, July 12th. Testing shows that kids who read for fun in the summer do better and forget less when they go back to school. The summer months offer great opportunities for families to help improve reading and writing. One of the ways parents can do this is by bringing their children to the library for the summer reading program.
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Edon Branch Library Summer Reading will begin Wednesday, June 5th. Story times will be held at 11:30 on Wednesdays, June 5th through June 26th.
Various programs will also be held on Wednesdays at 1:00 with themes and activities as follows: June 5th- Dinosaur Eggs & Fossils and Dirt Sundaes; June 12th-Visit from the Toledo Zoo (Underground Animals), Learning about Caves and the Underground, and Lizard Cave Art; June 19th-Construction/Dump Truck and Candy Soil; June 26th-Closing Party which will include Gardening, Veggie Art, Window Gardens, and fun and games.
Fridays will be set aside for Movie Time at 1:00 pm on June 7, 14, 21, 28, and July 5 and 12. On Tuesday, July 9th at 5:30 kids can “Dig into Their Favorite Graphic Novel” and come dressed as a comic book super hero or as their own made-up hero!
Edon Branch Library is located at 105 S. Michigan Street in Edon. For more information about the summer reading programs at the Edon Branch Library, please call Cyndi Jewell at 419-272-2839.
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