FULTON, NY – It has been a fun and busy time at the Fulton Public Library.
The minute school let out for the summer, the library stepped into high gear with its Children’s Summer Program.
Some of the activities included visits by members of the Fulton Fire Department and Connie Evans from Paws Across Oswego County/Tails and Tales, read her book, “Charlotte’s Big Dream” about a rescued dog.
Other summer programs were: 4-H Insectaganza Extravaganza, Watertown Sci-Tech Center science show, Teen Reading Group, Star Wars Book and Movie Club, and the Lego Club.
The Lego Club meets every Thursday at 4 p.m at the library.
On August 21, the library will show “Big Hero 6” and on August 28 “Alexander and the No Good, Terrible, Very Bad Day.”
For more information about children’s activities, please call the library at 592-5159 or check out the library’s website at: https://www.fultonpubliclibrary.org