The first month of Summer Reading 2017 has come and gone. What did we do in June?

Grandpa Pokey came, we built monsters and rockets, we celebrated National Peanut butter cookie day and National chocolate pudding day. We build card stock houses and edible trucks, this was the younger kids.

The teens made edible art, candles and catapults, The Adults made pop bottle spinners, and gnomes. The adults also have a food group that meets every Friday at noon.

Coming in July?

Henna Tattoos, clothes pin cars, Christmas in July, Giant Jenga, milk jug bird feeders,  pet rocks and break out.

The younger kids have crafts on Wednesdays at 3;00, The older kids on Thursdays at 3:00 and the adults on Fridays at 1:00.

July holds National Ice Cream Sunday and Lollipop day on the 20th and National Junk Food day on the 21st. These days are for everyone!

Reminder: The library will be CLOSED on July 13, 14 and 15 for the Richmond Fair.

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