The library cares about your children and is offering summer programs to encourage reading and learning. Children ages 5 to 13 are invited to join Bliss Memorial Public Library’s Summer Library Program for fun programs and events. This summer’s theme is Every Hero Has A Story. The programs are free and open to all children. Programs will be held on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m.
In addition to the programs, children can pick up a timed reading record at the library starting May 20th. Children are encouraged to read for an hour a week, once an adult signs their record, they may bring it to the library for a weekly prize and a ticket for a grand prize starting June 8th. It is that simple! So stop in the library to get your reading record and visit on Monday evenings for some great activities!
Mon. June 29 = “Super Migrator, Super Monarch” with Beth Diesch of Seneca Conservation District
Mon. July 6 = Bloomville Police Department with Howard Minzer
Mon. Jul 13 = “Michael Recycle” with Monica Perry of OSS Joint Solid Waste Management District