Summer Reading Program Half Over

Librarians Barb Nikont and Colleen Garner help David Armenta, Jeremiah Armenta, and Adde Bryner assemble sun-catchers during the Summer Reading Program at the Hemingford Public Library.

The Summer Reading Program at the Hemingford Public Library is officially half way over.

Have your child/children been missing out on the fun? Don’t worry; they are more than welcome to attend.

“I hate that preregistration… I tell everybody to just come!” said Library Director Marly Pehoviack. “Even if they can only come for a little bit, just come.

“We are having so much fun. We’ve been having about nine kids come a week; and not always the same nine kids either.”

The theme for this year is A Universe of Stories. The participants have been reading their books then they have a discussion and complete some sort of fun craft.

The summer reading program is for children entering kindergarten to 6th grade. They meet on Wednesday’s from 2-3 p.m. on July 10, 17, and 24.

There will be a swimming party to celebrate all of the books read and crafts crafted toward the end of the summer reading program. The time and date of the party will be announced at a later date.

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