Bryan-Bennett Library diving into 2016 Summer Reading Program
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Summer Reading Program
Bryan-Bennett Library has launched its 2016 Summer Reading Program "Read for the Win." Book logs, with age-appropriate goals, are available at the Library Circulation Desk. The reading group categories are: Grade 3 and younger; Grades 4 through High School; and Adults.
Events for the whole family
Petting Zoo, Fri., June 17, at 10 a.m. Exhibits by FFA students
Concert by Rick Rayburn Thurs., June 30 at 12:30 p.m.
Mad Science, Fri., July 8, 10 a.m.
Brown Bag Thursdays
Brown Bag events are held at noon in the large meeting room. Events are open to all ages. Participants are invited to bring their own sack lunch and enjoy it while watching the following entertainment:
June 9 SCHS Athletes to talk about exercise and healthy decisions
June 16 Local baker Shelli McIntosh to demonstrate How to Decorate Cupcakes
June 23 Rusty Strings Dulcimer Group to appear in concert
July 7 Kaskaskia College Theater Guild
July 14 & 21 Library Game Days
July 28 State Representative John Cavaletto
June 3 4-H Students to read “Who Would Win: Whale v. Giant Squid”
June 10 Local teacher Lindsay Eddy to read “Froggy Plays T-Ball”
June 24 Local teacher Lynn Larimer to read “Is There a Human Race”
July 1 Lynn Larimer to read “The Tortoise and the Hare”
July 15 Linsday Eddy to read “Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns about Sportsmanship”
July 22 & July 29 Reader to be announced
A special Thank You to Edward Jones Financial Advisor Darren Dwyer who is sponsoring treats and prizes at the Dominos games, which are held on Thursdays at 1 p.m. in June and July.
Bryan-Bennett's 2016 Holiday Schedule
New Year’s Day January 1
President’s Day February 15
Good Friday March 25
Memorial Day May 30
Independence Day July 4
Labor Day September 5
Veterans Day November 11
Thanksgiving Holiday, November 24 and 25
Christmas Holiday, December 23, 24, and 26
Read about Presidents and First Ladies who called Illinois Home in a special collection highlighted near the main circulation desk.
We love ideas
Patrons are invited to share their ideas with the Library Staff and Board. To make this easier, a suggestion box is located in the area between the Adult Fiction and Non-Fiction shelves. Please let us know what you are thinking.
You may also contact the Bryan-Bennett Library Board of Trustees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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