Every Thursday in June from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Outdoors in the lot next to the library
For Elementary School Age Children
Summer Reading program “Oceans of Possibilities” began June 2nd with a presentation about ‘Water Cycle’ given by Loren from the Extension Office. There was a game played showing the different components of the cycle. There were also door prizes at the end of the program. This program will be every Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the month of June. It is never too late to join the fun.
Hooplahoma was the guest performer at Summer Reading on June 9th. She explained that if you want to do something that is difficult (like perfecting the hula hoop) you start out slow and keep practicing and you will eventually reach you goal.
June 23rd program was presented by Chris McMinn, a competitive fisherman. He discussed the different types of fish that can be found in this part of Oklahoma, the different lures and/or bait to use and the different types of poles and rods. You can also see the mini vegetable garden planted by the Storytime children and library staff. At the end of the program the children were given an apple or banana for a healthy snack.
June 23rd Summer Reading program was by Michael Corley, a magician. Everyone was very entertained, after the presentation there was a drawing, fresh apples and fruit snacks handed out.
June 30th was the last day of the Summer Reading Program, we started out with hot dogs, chips and fruit. The program was presented by the Mad Scientist, he included lots of interesting facts about the ocean. The children interacted with questions and several assisted with demonstrations. The last day all the children were to turn in their reading logs for the month. The names of the children that were present on this day and had turned in their logs were put into the drawing for the bicycles. Rylee Sharp was the winner of the girl’s bike and Robert Pell was the winner of the boy’s bike.