Parents, are you ready for summer 2013? The Frisco Public Library definitely is!!!
Beginning June 7, you can pick up or download a reading log and take part in the Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge - there’s something for the whole family! Why should you do this you may ask? Well, at the end of the summer, your child will have read at least ten books and starting July 5, they can turn in their readings logs for some fantastic prizes! Sounds like a win-win situation to us!
Every Monday from June 10-July 22 (with the exception of July 1), our very popular summer series for children entering Kindergarten through 5th grade and their families will be held in the 1st floor Council Chambers. Do you have an animal lover on your hands? Want to explore some Mad Science without the mess? Check out our Monday programs here. Tickets are first come, first serve so get here early! After the show, head on up to the 2nd floor and get your reading on! For children entering 6th-12th grade, look at our programs for teens this summer.
Our story time session begins the week of June 11. We have story times for babies, young toddlers, toddlers and preschoolers. These story times are for both pre-readers and readers and are an excellent way to nurture the love of books. Stories, puppet shows, finger plays, singing. . . we do a little bit of everything! Preschoolers will even be visited by special guests during story times this summer! Get your tickets at the 2nd floor Ask Us desk on the day of the story time. Please check our schedule for days and times.
Whew! Are you tired yet? Rest up because a summer of reading, great prizes, and programs begins June 7. The Frisco Public Library is your library for summer fun!