Summer sun, a book and your local library


You don’t always need a beach or an unbrella to squeeze reading in during the summer. You just need your local library.

Each summer local libraries pack the calendar with events and activities for children and young adults to keep them reading throughout the summer months.

Family Reading Night

The St. Maries Public Library will offer a summer of scientific wonder and will offer two weekly sessions every Tuesday from June 24 to July 29. Story hour for three, four and five year olds will be at 10 a.m., and firth through fifth graders will gather at 11 a.m.

The annual Family Night festivities will feature Radical Rick the Extreme Scientist on July 31.

The Plummer Public Library will host a summer read-a-thin from June 12 through August 7. The summer kickoff event, which includes an activity day, begins at 1 p.m. June 12 at the library. The event is open to all ages. Patrons who wish to participate should pre-register by today, June 10.

The Tri-Community Library in Fernwood will feature “Music with Miriam” each Monday from June 30 through July 29.

The Tensed-DeSmet Library will also sponsor a read-a-thin for the month of July. Record sheets are available at the library, and they must be turned in no later than July 31.

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