Readers of all ages are invited to explore building and creating during the Florence Community Library’s 2017 Summer Reading Program. “Build a Better World” is the theme of this year’s reading program, which began Monday, June 5 and will run all the way through Friday, July 14!
Participants will be able to select a prize for every 100 minutes of reading. Participants who read 1,000 minutes or more during the program will receive an official Certificate of Completion for the 2017 Summer Reading Program.
For the first time, the library will offer two ways for children and teens to record their reading time: either on the traditional paper logs, or online. Participants must choose only one format. To track and record minutes online,
The library will host activities throughout the Summer Reading Program:
Mondays, 2 pm – 4 pm: Bricks ‘n’ Blocks
Tuesdays, 2 pm – 4 pm: Gaming (ages 11 – 17)
Wednesdays, 10 am: Family Storytime
Thursdays, 11 am: Crafts
Fridays, 2 pm: Family Flick
Thursday Code Club: Every Thursday at 2 pm
For the first time ever, the Florence Community Library will offer a Code Club for ages 5 – 17. Join us in the Library Tech Room every Thursday at 2 pm. We will use the Code Studio website, home to online courses created by Code.org. Explore different levels of coding, with your work saved from one week to the next so that you can build and develop your skills!
Library ComiCon: Saturday, July 8
Join us Saturday, July 8 for the first-ever Florence Community Library ComiCon! The library will hold programs from Noon – 4 pm. Activities will include sci-fi and superhero-themed movies, gaming, stories, and crafts. Design your own superhero mask or lightsaber! Come in costume to enter a “Best Cosplay” competition! Activities will be open to all ages.
Adult Summer Reading Activities
An adult summer reading program will also be available. Participants can complete prize entries for every book they read. A prize drawing will be held each week. Prize bags will also be available for the top adult readers!
For more information, call the library at (520) 868 – 8311. All programs are free of charge. We hope to see you there!