SummerQuest kicks off with a Star Wars Party!

We kicked off our SummerQuest Summer Learning Program with a Star Wars Party on June 15,  but you can still register for SummerQuest, which is the State’s new name for the Summer Reading Program. As always, we will have weekly incentives for students to read and keep up their skills during the long, hot summer.

We added the new Patch Power program this year, where you can earn patches just like Scout badges when you complete four activities. We have six patches this summer and hope to add more next year. You can choose a few or complete all six: Caped Avenger, Board Gaming Genius, Epic Wizard, Globetrotter, Interstellar Seeker, and Mad Chef. Attending designated programs counts towards earning the patch, or you can do all of the activities on your own.

We have four mini-camps this year: Coder Explorers (full), Fabric Fun, Tangram Tangle, and Music for the Screen. Construction Club is back on most Thursdays, and we have Book Bingo in July. You can see the entire schedule and register for programs at our Event Calendar.

Summer Early Literacy Programs

Tot Rock: Ms. Shannon returns for the summer with her popular program on Tuesdays at 10:30am beginning June 11. Register here.

Ms. Maureen will run some Patch Power Programs in July. Look for the theme programs on Wednesdays at 2:00pm. These programs are geared for the family, suitable for pre-k through 3rd grade, with stories, activities and crafts. Ms. Maureen’s Music & Movement and Story Time & Crafts will return in September.

Wee Build and Block Party sets are available anytime. Just ask!

After-school Programs Continue through the Summer

Read to the PAWS dogs! Second and fourth Mondays at 4:00pm. Call us at 610-593-6848 for availability.
Kids’ Book Club: Third Wednesday at 4:15pm. Copies of the book are available at the Library.
Harry Potter Club: Fourth Wednesday at 4:15pm. Discussion, trivia and treats!

Job Corps Information Session

Looking for training in a trade? Drop in at the Library on Friday, July 12 from 2:00 to 4:00pm to chat with a representative from Job Corps. This free federal job training program is for eligible young adults age 16-24. Training, dormitory-style residence with meals, clothing stipend, health care, and transportation to the training facility is provided. Click here to register. Can’t wait? Click here for more information.

GSK’s Science in the Summer

Classes are small with 16 students each, and have already filled. You can still register for the wait list. Seats do open up as summer plans change.

Level I – classes are for children entering grades 2 and 3.
Level II – classes are for children entering grades 4 through 6.

Pre-registration is required and completed online. Registration opens May 15 at noon. Classes are full, but you can add your name to the wait list.

Adult Programs

Crochet Club: Tuesdays at 1:00pm. Instructional and social, beginners and experts welcome.
Adult Book Club: Fourth Thursday at 7:00pm