Friday, April 28, 2017

New Madison Public Library Summer Reading Program

Summer is almost here, and NMPL is ready for lots of fun and learning! The theme this summer will encourage readers of all ages to “Build a Better World”- through ecology, engineering, volunteering, imagining, reading, leading, and learning. This year we have added two visits from the staff at Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum. On June 27th at 3:00, they will help the LEGO Club & other visitors to learn about the engineering process and to build a load-bearing tower. On July 11th at 2:00, they will return to help us learn about space exploration and lead us in an activity to imagine what it would take to create an outpost on Mars. One of our favorite family events returns when the naturalists from Brukner Nature Center bring the animals to share for the Robert Bennett Memorial Wildlife Encounter on June 15th at 1:00. This year children will be able to touch an American Toad and see an American kestrel or barred owl up close and personal! We will also have a visit from Ronald McDonald on June 23 at 11AM. Through magic, music, and fun, Ronald will share ways to become a leader. Stop by today to pick up the Summer Reading at NMPL calendar with all dates, times, and descriptions for these and additional programs. You can also find our calendar of events at www.newmadisonpubliclibrary.org and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest. See you @ NMPL this summer!

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