Parents, wondering how you’ll fill your kids’ summer days? This reading program should be on your list
As the school year winds down and excitement starts to build as we inch closer and closer to summer vacation, parents and caregivers might be wondering: What will we do with our children to fill all the extra hours in the day?
Considering a summer reading program? The prizes these days will blow you away
If you’re thinking about diving into a summer reading program, well, you’re not exactly first in line, as many of these initiatives have been underway for quite a few weeks now. But the good news is, there’s still time, if you want to get those pages and activities logged.
Flagler County Public Library celebrates ‘Tails and Tales’ this Summer, kickoff party on Saturday
The Flagler County Public Library is embracing all children’s furry friends with its “Tails and Tales” Summer Reading Program that begins with a kickoff party Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Palm Coast Main Branch Library – located at the intersection of Belle Terre and Palm Coast parkways. “This is going to be a wonderful outdoor celebration,” said Library Director Holly Albanese. Free Summer Reading totes will be given out while supplies last. “The Youth Services Department is thrilled to welcome back Flagler families for a special start to our annual Summer Reading program, and a return to our traditional programming schedule with performers and programs for all-ages,” said Youth Services Librarian Jessica Robayo. Entries will be used in the Summer Reading Program promotional materials.flaglerlive.com
Looking for a summer reading program for your kids? This one is customized by age, and it’s genius
With summer vacation just around the corner, perhaps you’re looking for something that’s going to keep you and your children sharp -- after all, summer is a great time to unwind and relax, but most of us want to stay mentally engaged at least a little bit!