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Posted on: June 20, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Campbell County Public Library Offers Summer Reading Program for All Ages

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The Campbell County Public Library’s summer reading program, “Read for the Win,” runs through July 30. The summer will be packed with fun and educational activities for people of all ages, from infants to adults. And it’s all free and open to the public.

Programs will be offered at all four library locations. Check the library website link below for program dates and times and for any registration information. All forms that will be needed for the programs are available online also.

For children ages 0 to 10, programs offered include Babygarten, Tot Time, and Fizz & Boom Classes.

Fizz & Boom will offer five different classes during the summer: Zumba, taught by Nicole Booker; Dance, taught by Faith Mari Tucker; Fishing, taught by Bryan Pollard; Karate, taught by Sensei Jeff Doss; and Bingo, led by Fizz & Boom.

Events for tweens, teens, and adults (anyone 11 years old or older) vary according to location and time. Among the programs offered will be a belly dancing workshop, fiber work group, book group, and coloring meetups.

Reading challenges with prizes will also be available. Children will need to register either online or in a library branch. Tweens, teens, and adults have no formal registration process, but can begin participating in the program with their first ticket earned.

The grand finale event for the summer reading program will be on Saturday, July 30, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., at the Timbrook Library.

Be sure and check out the library website link below for all the details about what is available for you and your children at the library this summer.

Library Website
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