FULTON – Readers of all ages will explore all things heroic this summer as the Fulton Public Library presents “Every Hero Has a Story” during its summer library program.
The library will feature daily children’s programs for each weekday as well as special programs with the Dancing Bear Puppet Theater, the Everson Museum of Art, Tails and Tales Story Time, the Cornell University Cooperative Extension/ 4-H partnership, the Watertown Sci-Tech Center, and a finale event featuring local storytellers and musicians.
Activities include superhero costume creation, group games, physical challenges, arts and crafts, book clubs, and story times.
The 2015 Summer Reading Program is open to young people, preschool through young adult, with programs, prize drawings, games, a teen club and more.
The summer reading kickoff event is June 30 and will feature a puppet show by Dancing Bear Puppet Theater at 11 a.m.
The summer reading program will conclude on August 11 with a finale event: “Tall Tales and Tunes,” at 10:30 a.m.
Free lunches for children will be provided by Oswego County Opportunities Nutrition Services Program, as part of the USDA Summer Food Service Program (noon weekdays, begins July 1).
Families are encouraged to register their children and have them keep records of time spent reading.
To register: call 592-2665, visit the library, or email [email protected] (include name and age).
For more information visit our website: http://www.fultonpubliclibrary.org/ or Facebook page.
All programs are free of charge.