Wednesday, June 5

The 2019 Summer Library Program is at full launch at the Sebastopol Public Library!

5...4...3...2...1 The 2019 Summer Library Program has blasted off!

Summer library programs started in the 1890s in order to encourage students to read even during the summer when students tend to lose a great percentage of the things they learned that school year.

On our journey to keep up with our changing world of technology, we are using Beanstack this year for our readers of all ages to keep track of the books they read throughout this summer either on the Beanstack website or through the Beanstack Tracker App found on the Apple or Play store. Click HERE for help with Beanstack. If you need any assistance with signing up for Beanstack just call or walk into your local library.
Once you are signed up for Beanstack you are able to complete reading goals to be entered into a Grand Prize drawing at your library. Depending on your age group you will have different challenges and a different prize drawing, as listed below:

Preschool - 5 books - a Prize Basket
Kids (K - 4th grade) - 5 books- a Prize Basket
Teen (5th - 8th grade) - 5 books- a $25 gift card
Young Adult ( 9th - 12th grade) - 3 books - a $25 gift card
Adult - 3 books - a $25 gift card

After you complete this challenge, for every book logged, book review, and/or attendance at a library program after this is one more entry into the drawing.

June programs at the Sebastopol Public Library

Kindergarten - 5th grade

June 4 at 3:00 p.m. - Father's Day Crafts
Join us as we make fun crafts for Father's day!

June 5 at 10:30 a.m. - Diane Butler, Storyteller
Join us for some great stories with Ms. Diane!

June 12 at 10:30 a.m. - Fun with Floam
We are going to have a fun time with floam!

June 19 at 10:30 a.m. - Freedom Ranch
Join us for a soaring time as we learn, watch, and touch birds!

June 26 at 10:30 a.m. - Space "Crafts"
Launch with us into a fun adventure of space-related crafts of all kinds!

Click HERE for more Summer Library Programs around our other libraries.

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