“Tails and Tales” was the theme of the summer reading programs at the Stanley Public Library. On Thursday, July 1, the program concluded with various activities, including reading stories, making binoculars and going on a safari hunt through the library. The winners of a book to take home were Sylas Doyle and Abram Wisthoff. The grand prize winner of a Barnes & Noble gift card was Axle Sandeen.
Other prize winners were Eva Anderson, Carter Olson, Kooper Snyder, Sophia Maghakian, Parker Haugen, Piper Taylor, Eli Harwood, Harrison Dupay, Isabel Hurst, Olivia Wisthoff, Omni Roise, Trent Bohrer, Derrick Barnes, Mya Anderson, Molly Hamilton, Bode Haugen, Lynnea Harwood, Jaylee Snyder, Bentley Johnson, Laylah Wilson, Blakely Bell, Collin Petras, McKenzie Bohrer, Payton Lystad, Jaxton Cossette, Dylan Olson, Delaney Dupay, Emilia Taylor, Kai Anderson and Raelyn Johnson.
Prizes may be picked up at the library. Congratulations to all of this year’s participants!
There will be no summer reading program at the Stanley Public Library on Thursday, June 17, but take-and-make activity/craft kits will be handed out to all the participants who stop at the library this week. Activities include paper plate whale kits, color your own zoo animals masks and safari animals cups. Supplies are limited so stop in early. The next date of the summer reading program will be Thursday, July 1 at 2:00. Please come early to register.
“Tales and Tails,” Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program was held Thursday, June 17 at the library. Stories were read to the participants and they created blob fish slime and lion face masks. Hedgehogs and animal bracelets were handed out as prizes and the winners of a book to take home were Omni Roise and Bea Houtkooper. There will be no program Thursday, June 24 but children who visit the library June 21-25 can pick up take-home activities related to this year’s theme. The last day of the program will be Thursday, July 1 at 2:00. Please come at 1:45 to register for prizes.
“Tails and Tales,” Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program, was held Thursday, June 10 at the library. Stories were read to the participants, they did an ocean clean-up and made butterfly feeders. Squishy ocean animals were handed out as prizes and the winners of a book to take home were Trent Bohrer and Sophia Maghakian. Children are encouraged to read 10-30 minutes daily. The next day of the program will be Thursday, June 17 at 2:00 and everyone is asked to come a little early to sign in and register for prizes.
“Tails and Tales,” Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program, was held Thursday, June 3 at the library. Stories were read to the participants, they made paper chain snakes and teams were chosen for Animal Jeopardy. Wooden snakes were handed out as prizes. Jaylee Snyder and Isabel Hurst were the winners of a free book. The next day of the program will be Thursday, June 10 at 2 p.m.
The Stanley Public Library held registration for “Tails and Tales” summer reading program on Thursday, May 27. After registration, children participated in several activities, including coloring posters, putting together an animal puzzle and shrinky dink art. Children also received animal-themed bookmarks, pencils, tattoos, bendable alpacas and cool shades. The next day of the program is Thursday, June 3 from 2-3 PM. Anyone who didn’t register last week may do so on June 3.
Open house registration for the summer reading program will be May 27 from 2-4 PM. If you are unable to register in person, call the library to register. Activities will begin on Thursday, June 3 at 2:00 PM.