Today: Jun 02 , 2020

Get a Clue: Summer Reading Program Kicks off at the Prescott Public Library

03 June 2007  

On Saturday, June 2, the Prescott Public Library kicked off their summer reading program. Kids from 0-12 are invited to earn prizes by reading for 15 minutes each day. For those kids who don't know how to read yet, they can earn their prizes by having someone read to them each day.


On Saturday, June 2, the Prescott Public Library kicked off their summer reading program.

Kids from 0-12 are invited to earn prizes by reading for 15 minutes each day. For those kids who don't know how to read yet, they can earn their prizes by having someone read to them each day.

And the Summer Reading Program which has been named "Get a Clue" isn't all that is happening at the Prescott Public Library this summer!

Tuesday nights is Movies on the Lawn night, free for the whole family. Films are all G-rated, and will be shown each Tuesday night at 8:00 pm until July 24. On June 12, the Apple Dumpling Gang will be playing, and 101 Dalmations will be on tap for June 19. And that's not all, so, check out the calendar for Movies on the Lawn here at this link.

Other summer activities for kids include Art in June, taught by the Prescott Art Docents, Clue into Crafts, a series of mystery craft events and Storytimes.

For more information on these or any other Prescott Library Programs, please call 777-1537.

Lynne LaMaster

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