June 19 Summer Reading Skate Party
June 26 Hart’s Reptiles
Snakes, lizards, turtles, tortoises, bugs, tarantulas and more. You never know what the folks from Hart’s Reptile World are going to bring. This will be a hands-on reptile experience. Will you be brave enough to hold them? Bring your camera. And bring the family – everyone is welcome. More info at www.hartsreptileworld.com
July 3 Wildlife Safari
With so many animals to choose from, what will they bring? Here’s a hint. Something fast and something slow. Something that flies and something that crawls. Something from the desert and something from the tropics. Something bright and something dull. You don’t want to miss the chance to see these amazing animals up close. Everyone is welcome. More info at www.wildlifesafari.net
July 10 Super Summer Craft #1: Piñatas
Feeling crafty? Come and create a pirate’s treasure chest piñata. Fill it with goodies, tie it up tight, and then take it home for the real fun of bashing it open. This craft is geared towards kids in grades 2-6, but younger children are welcome with adult help.
July 17 Super Summer Craft #2: Tie Dye (Bring a white cotton t-shirt)
Here’s another chance to get creative. Bring a white 100% cotton t-shirt and design your own masterpiece. Don’t worry, we’ll give you some basic instruction to get you started. Again, this craft is geared towards kids in grades 2-6, but younger children are welcome with adult help.
July 24 NO PROGRAM – Come see us at the County Fair!
July 31 Dragon Theater
Portland’s fantastic Dragon Theater Puppets will be presenting their Rumpelstiltskin show. They won a Best of Portland award this year, so you don’t want to miss this entertaining program. Everyone is welcome. More info at www.dragontheater.com
August 7 Christopher Leebrick: Stories that rock!
Masterful storyteller Christopher Leebrick will thoroughly entertain you with a collection of stories chosen especially for our summer reading program theme. His show is titled “Dig this: Stories that Rock!” Everyone is welcome, so bring the whole family. More info at www.allgoodstories.com.