Summer Reading Fun this Week

APL’s Summer Reading Program keeps rolling along with some great activities for kids and teens this week. Read on for details.

Here are just a few of this week’s SRP activities. Check our online calendar for a full listing of upcoming programs.

 

July 29 (Tues)

Mirror Magic at 2 pm — Main Library Children’s Room: Make a kaleidoscope and learn about mirrors, light, and reflection with the Scotia-Glenville Traveling Museum. For ages 6-17. Please register online or by calling 427-4310.

+ Storytelling Campfire at 2 pm — Pine Hills Branch: Sing songs, listen to stories, and roast marshmallows using a solar-powered oven. For ages 5-17.

 

July 30 (Wed)

+ Power of Vibration at 2 pm — Bach Branch: Explore sound stations, build your own telephone, and play a wave game with Cornell Partners for 4-H Programming. For grades 1-6. Please register by calling 482-2154.

+ Off the Grid Teen XBox Tournament at 4:30 pm — Howe Branch: Join our XBox tourney for teens while the little ones enjoy the Wii system. Please register for a game time at 472-9485.

+ Scatterball and Skittle Art at 6:30 pm — Main Library Large Auditorium: Play this fun variant on dodge ball and make pixel art with Skittles. For ages 11-17.

 

July 31 (Thurs)

+ Music Production Workshop at 2 pm — Pine Hills Branch: Join us in creating a song with other teen musicians.  For ages 11-17. Register at 482-7911 x223.

+ Mirror Magic at 3 pm — Arbor Hill/West Hill Branch: Make a kaleidoscope and learn about mirrors, light, and reflection with the Scotia-Glenville Traveling Museum. For ages 6-17.

+ Berry, Berry Good at 3:30 pm — Delaware Branch: Learn about berries, read about berries, and eat berries with our friends from Honest Weight Food Co-op. Register at 463-0254. For ages 3-8.

+ Exploring Art at 4 pm — Howe Branch: The Tang Museum brings a fun art project to us. For ages 5-17.

 

Aug. 1 (Fri)

+ Maker Camp Virtual Field Trip at 2 pm — Main Library Children’s Room: Join us for a special sneak peek into cool people, places and things. Past virtual field trips included Disney and Cartoon Network. For ages 11-17. For more information on this week’s virtual destination, please call 427-4310.

 

 

 

 

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