(WBNG Binghamton) The Broome County Public Library recently announced its Summer Reading Program, which will begin on June 24.
According to a news release:
Families who sign up for the program and complete their Reading Log by August 17 will earn free books, B-Mets tickets, and a chance to win a Barnes & Noble Nook.
Each week between June 24 and August 8, these fun programs will be held:
Lapsit Story Time (Ages 0-3) – Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am
Preschool Story Time (Ages 3-5) – Thursday, 11:30am
Crafty Kids (All ages) – Wednesday, 2:00-4:00pm
Additionally, the following special programs will be held for families:
June 24, 6:30pm – Pete the Pirate
July 1, 6:30pm – “Can You Dig It?” with Flow Circus
July 8, 6:30pm – “Dig the Beat” with Musician Jay Mankita
July 15, 6:30pm – Ventriloquist Bruce Weaver
July 22, 6:30pm – Mime with Robert Rivest
July 29, 6:30pm – Dig Down Deep: Interactive Stories with Lonna Pierce
August 6, 5:30pm-7:30pm – Animal Adventures
For more information about the Summer Reading Program or any of the events listed above, please contact the Broome County Public Library’s Youth Services Department at 607-778-6456 or BCPLyouthservices@gmail.com.