“A Universe of Stories” was the theme of the 2019 Summer Reading Program at the Stanley Public Library. On Thursday, June 27, the program concluded with various activities including stories, viewing and making constellations, making pinwheels and several activity stations. The winner of a free book was Alycia LaParra and the grand prize winner of a Barnes & Noble gift card was Avery Ellis. Congratulations to all this year’s participants!
Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories,” was held on Thursday, June 20 at the library. Participants made glow in the dark slime, read stories, made a starry night sky and pool noodle light sabers. They also played robots on the moon. The winner of a free book was Pierce Tronset.
The program concludes Thursday, June 27.
“A Universe of Stories,” Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program, was held on Thursday, June 13 at the library. Stories were read and students made galaxies in a bottle, drinking straw rockets and held a moon landing egg drop. Braylen Flageolle was the winner of a free book.
The next day of the program will be Thursday, June 20 at 2 PM.
Here are more scenes from the Universe of Stories summer reading program!
“A Universe of Stories,” Stanley Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, was held Thursday, June 6 at the library. Participants read stories, learned about moon craters, demonstrated balloon rockets and created a solar system mobile. Ashley Ellis was the winner of a free book.
The next day of the program will be Thursday, June 13 at 2 PM.
The Stanley Public Library held registration for “A Universe of Stories” summer reading program on Thursday, May 30. After registration, children participated in several activities, including making a star finder game and a sunray catcher bracelet. Children also received space-themed bookmarks, pencils and tattoos. The next day for the summer reading program in Thursday, June 6 from 2-3 PM. Anyone who didn’t register on May 30 may do so on June 6.