Friday, June 29, 2018

Many Fun Activities and Learning Events at Doyle Library this Summer

The fun continues every Friday during summer, at 11 am, when the Doyle Library crew provide fun exploration of the ocean deep, including scuba diving and fun ocean adventures, and other deep sea creatures on Friday, July 6!

Join us for lots of fun activities, goodies, and reading rewards and cool facts about our world, especially, undersea life!

Exciting projects created during our June 29th STEAM Stars Summer Reading Program include:  coloring whale sharks, which are the largest fish on our planer; creating a clothespin shark with a small fish in its mouth; creating a whale puppet and pinning the tail on the whale!  Lots of fun treats, gifts and reading rewards were earned!

Are your pumpkin seeds growing from last week?  The library's pumpkin seeds are almost 4 inches high!  We will be planting them soon!

We will also demonstrate our hungry caterpillars which soon will be spinning silk cocoons and then, a week or so later, become butterflies just in time for our Summer Reading Program Finale on Friday, July 27.

Upcoming Events include:
Friday, July 6       How Deep Is the Ocean?
Friday, July 13     Gravity--The Living Force
Friday, July 20      Cloud or Fog?  Weather Conditions and Science
Friday, July 27      The World of Insects--A Small, Significant View

All events and activities take place at Doyle Library at 11 am!

REMEMBER:  Be sure to color and fill in your bookshelves on your reading reward sheets as you are reading your books, so you can bring them in for reading rewards and free prizes, everyone!

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