Calling All Teens
Looking for something fun to do this summer? We are looking for volunteers to help with our summer reading program. This is a great opportunity to earn those volunteer hours or just help in your community. There will be an end of summer party for all or our teen volunteers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to get on our volunteer list or for more information.
Teen Summer Reading Events
Career Animal (Service Dog)-Tues., June 15 (6:30PM)
Check out Lion and Patti and the different careers dogs can have.
Folded Book Animals-Thur., June 17 (3–5:00PM)
Give a book new life as you create your favorite animal at our book folding event.
Latshaw Apiaries (Honeybees)-Tues., June 29 (7:00PM)
Join us along with the Latshaw family as we learn all about honey bees.
Teen Book Club: Watership Down-Tues., Jul 6 (3:00-4:00PM)
Stop by and pick up your copy the second week of June. Then join us for a discussion in July.
Animal Magnets-Tues., July 13 (6:00-7:00PM)
Create your own animal magnets with air dry clay.
Tell a Tale Party-Tues., July 15 (3:00-5:00PM)
Like funny or scary stories. Create one of your own and share it at our end of summer reading party.
4-H Band-Tues., July 27 (6:30-7:15PM)
Come listen on the lawn to the Licking County 4-H Band
Bored? Looking for something to do?
Check out the e-resources page of our site. There are many educational resources anything from car repair to crafts and hobbies that you can access. If you have a library card you can check out digital materials with the Overdrive/Libby app on your device. Need a library card during our social distancing just email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you reading. You may also access our WiFi in the parking lot to download your digital materials (no password needed). Just know that we are here to help.
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