One World, Many Stories at Cambridge Public Library

Calling all world travelers. Hop on board for the Cambridge Pubic Library’s 2011 summer reading program, One World, Many Stories. Readers from preschool through grade 6 are invited to participate. The program will run from Monday, June 13 through Saturday, July 30.

On Monday, June 13 at 1 p.m. at the Cambridge Intermediate School gym, join as musician Ross Sutter presents music and songs of Scandinavia, Scotland and Ireland. Ross accompanies himself on guitar, dulcimer, button accordion and bodhran, the Irish goat-skin drum. Music from other parts of the world will both educate and entertain you and your child. This event is funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Throughout the summer there will be a variety of programs and activities for kids of all ages including storytime, contests and more. Stop by Cambridge Public Library and pick up a flyer listing all the activities and program guidelines. Each child will receive a reading record to keep track of their reading over the summer and may earn incentives as they read. Plus there will be weekly drawings for prizes throughout the summer.

Teens ages 12-16 may once again participate in your own special “You Are Here” teen summer reading program. Teens can stop by the library and also pick up a flyer listing events and activities.

Travel the world over this summer and join the One World, Many Stories or You Are Here summer reading programs at the Cambridge Public Library starting June 13.