During the summer, how do I help my child not loose what they learned this year? Many parents ask this question. The best answer is to encourage reading. The Fairbury Public Library offers a Summer Reading Program for children through high school that encourages reading and offers rewards for their effort.
–April 2 sign up begins
–Read in May and June and earn entries for prizes!
–May 6th movie at the Bonham
–June 1st David Saey from Humanities Nebraska will present a musical
program and kids can learn to play the harmonica!
–June 8th & 15th the Extension Office presents STEM programming! –June 24th Free movie at the Bonham for all the kids who have
already completed the program.
–June 29th drawings for prizes.
Follow the fun on Facebook, or visit the library for more information!
Get a magnetic bookmark just for signing up! Everyone completing the program also receives either a water bottle or reusable tote bag. For every book read (at least two required to complete the program) receive a prize entry for one of five grand prizes! Books related to music receive two entries! When you finish, receive either a water bottle or reusable tote bag!
To participate, just complete any combination of ten activities:
1- Read at least two books
2-Complete any (or all!) activity sheet
3-Explore the ways music enhances our lives and discover the materials and services that make our Library Rock!
- Read a book (remember, receive an extra prize entry for any book related to music!)
- Check out an audiobook
- Attend the “Traditional Folk Music” Program on June 1st
- Sign up for Mango and learn a foreignlanguage
- Read an electronic magazine through RBDigital
- Listen to an audiobook or read an e-book through Overdrive
- Attend a concert or other musical activity
- Check out a musical CD
- Play a musical instrument
- Sing in the shower or in the car!