The Marion-Perry County Library received three grants for its largest, most expanded Summer Reading Program in history. This year we planned two sessions a day on each Tuesday and Wednesday. The sessions are to be divided by age, with the small children coming in the mornings for fun activities and educational programs. The older children, age seven and above, will come for a book oriented reading club format in which they actually read, and read, and read.
Every day we will have presenters, such as Memo the Clown, wildlife experts, woodworking projects, crafts and an entire petting zoo for a whole day. There will be crafts, movies, books, music, dancing, art, and refreshments.