"EVERY HERO HAS A STORY" SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Public Library kicked off it’s annual summer reading program Tuesday morning at the Summerdale School Gym. The library
partnered with the school to host the Gulf Coast Exploreum’s scientific program complete with smoke, fire and explosions.
The children also enjoyed reading time, crafts and refreshments. The summer program will be held each Tuesday
morning in June from 10:00 to 12:00 at the library. Each program will feature an entertainer, reading, crafts and refreshments.
Scheduled entertainers are Russell Davis and “The Magic of Reading” on June 9th, TomFoolery featuring
professional juggler and unicyclist Tom Rayburn on June 16th and Skip Cain “The Magic Guy” performing
magic tricks and making balloon animals on June 23rd. There will be no program on June 30th. The
Summerdale Public Library is also offering reading inducement programs on Thursdays during the months of June, July and
STORY TIME" READING PROGRAM
The Sunshine Story Time is held each Thursday morning from 11:00 to 11:45. All children up to age 4 are
invited to join in the fun. We use a wide range of high-quality picture books, songs, poetry, fingerplays, puppets and crafts
for activities such as reading, singing and playing with the children. This provides them the learning ability of listening
to great stories, interacting with others and enjoying
The fun continues on Thursday afternoons with
the “Unmask!” reading program from 2:00 to 4:00 for children aged 5 and older. The program features reading,
games, arts & crafts and refreshments. The Super Heroes artwork in the library was drawn and painted by the “Unmask!”
readers. For more information please call 989-2011 or visit our website at www.summerdalelibrary.com.