NORTH FORK – Kids are looking forward to Wednesdays this summer as the North Fork Library lets young readers get hands-on during their Summer Reading Program, Paws to Read.
Kids from 4 years of age to 12th grade are invited to participate every Wednesday afternoon in fun projects with special guests. And of course, they get to explore the wonderful world of books.
The program for kids 4 years old to 4th grade runs from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m –
June 25 – Paws that Serve: Service Dog Day
July 9 – Omnipresent Puppet Theater presents “Little Red Riding Hood”
July 16 – San Joaquin River Parkway presents “The Food Chain”
July 23 – Scooby-Doo Party & Finale
The Teen Summer Reading Program is for 5th – 12th graders and starts at 4 p.m. On the schedule for this group –
June 25 – Unleash your creativity through invention
July 9 – Calligraphy with Eric Elliott
July 16 – Origami
July 23 – Bingo & Trivia Finale Party
For more information call the Library at 559-877-2387 or visit www.maderacountylibrary.org