Young readers invited to participate in summer library reading program
Calling all dreamers. Readers of all ages are encouraged to dream and explore the night this summer for the Cambridge Public Library summer reading program, Dream Big – READ!
Children ages preschool thru grade 6 are invited to participate. Younger children may have an adult or older child read to them. All activities are free and open to the public. The program runs from June 11 thru Aug. 3. Each child will receive a reading record to keep track of the time spent reading over the summer. Children may earn incentives as they read and sign up for weekly drawings for prizes.
Families and children of all ages are invited to see the Schiffelly Puppets present the Little Mermaid as Ariel, King Triton and other underwater friends try to teach the evil Ursula a lesson about bullying.
Join at the Cambridge Primary School multipurpose room on June 11 at 10 a.m. The program is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. It is free and open to the public.
Throughout the summer there will be a variety of programs and activities for kids of all ages including storytime, contests and more. Stop by the Cambridge Public Library and pick up a flyer that lists all the activities.
Teens may also participate in the summer reading program, “Own the Night.” Stop by the library and pick up a teen flyer for more information.