“TAILS AND TALES”
2021 SUMMER READING PROGRAM THEME
Registration kick off date is June 2nd at the Coleman Public Library 9:00 am – 12:00 noon.
Readers of all ages will explore the animal kingdom this summer as Coleman Public Library presents “Tails and Tales” during their summer library program.
The 2021 Summer Reading Program is open to all Toddler, Pre-K, Kindergarten and school age children. Events scheduled this year, are special live and virtual programs (funded with a grant from the Friends of the Coleman County Foundation and ACE): “Didgeridoo Down Under” (virtual), “Move your Tale”, Wild Things Zoofari, John O’Bryant-Magician, Abilene Zoo, Planetarium, Animal Astronauts, and Camel Corp. Stuffed animal story time with author, Michelle Kaiser reading her new book “Special Ed and the Bull-ies”. Later in the day, a book signing event is scheduled for author, Michelle Kaiser 1:00 – 3:00 with refreshments provided by the Friends of the Library. Arts and craft’s Day, games, puzzles, coloring pages prizes and more.
Registration kick off date is June 2nd at the Coleman City Park 9:00 am – 12:00 noon. Friends of the Coleman Public Library will provide instructions on how to sign up for READsquare online or use paper form registration if preferred, book bags and receive calendar of events for June and July. Entertainment will be provided by May Farms Petting Zoo, “Move Your Tale” (Improv group from Austin Texas), games, popcorn and snow cones for refreshments.
READsquare, an online program will be available again this year. This program provides activities, book lists and challenges for the reader.
For more information, call the library at 325-625-3043.
All programs are free of charge.