Youth Summer Reading Program begins May 26

Youth Summer Reading Program begins May 26

You can find information about all the programs at www.sterlingcolo.com, www.facebook.com/sterlingpubliclibrary80751 or by calling the library at 970-522-2023.

The Read Off Your Fines campaign targets children and young adult library card holders, ages 17 and younger, who owe overdue fines on their library card.

The Summer Reading Program is sponsored by the generous support of the Buena Park Library's Volunteer Guild, Knott's Berry Farm, and individual donations. All programs are free of charge. The library is open from 11 a.m.to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday and on Saturdays from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.

If parents are looking for something to do while their children play, the library is constantly putting new books on the shelves for customers to browse.

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Tuesday, June 6 @ 10:30 am: Denise Gard and her dogs Joey and Sienna will perform! Chalmette Movies passes to see the 30 anniversary showing of the "Chipmunk Adventure" will be given out to those registering between May 31 and June 14. Grayhawk draws children into another time period through stories and his original compositions of Native Americans.

On Wednesdays, teens can wake up with the "Teen Brunch" at 10 a.m.

Harvey Rabbit and Friends will offer variety shows with songs, magic, games and more in July at all branches. The first Wednesday during June, July and August is board game night beginning at 5 p.m. Attendees will make art using chalk, cardboard, paint and much more. Teens are invited to develop their stage skills at the six-week acting class. Staff will attend sessions at day care and early learning centers to present puppet shows and participatory activities. Children sixth grade and up get scratch-off tickets for prizes by returning logs. It isn't necessary to be in attendance at the first event in order to participate in the other summer programs.

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