The North Baltimore Public Library is off to a great start to our Summer Reading Program .The library has many activities along with opportunities to win prizes for all ages! The adults have 71 participants and growing. The Children have activities daily
“Teen Sparks” programs geared especially for teens including a “Depot Deconstruction “this program is possible through volunteers from Home Depot who will teach teens to take apart and rebuild electronics, for grades 5 through 12th.
The library is hoping to break a record! Last year 107 teens, grades 5 & above, joined the Library’s Summer Reading program. This year’s count is getting close. Please let all area teens know to visit the library to enroll in the program. Just by signing up, they are entered in the Grand Prize drawing to win a $100 Gift Card
to the Findlay Village Mall, a $50 Gift Card to the Findlay Village Mall, or a $50 Gift Card to Meijer.
There are reading challenges to earn extra entries or teens may volunteer for even more chances. There are also weekly contests with more prize opportunities.
On June 19th
teens attended a “Mad Scientist Workshop.”
Several experiments were performed including:
tornado bottles, Coke/Mentos geysers, carbon dioxide balloon inflation, rocket stomping and Alka Seltzer rockets.
Summer Reading is available for children of all ages as well as adults.
Visit the NB Library or its website – http://nbpubliclibrary.org for more information.
Pictured: Denny Simon, Jamie McCurry and Jackson Gregory feel the effects of a leaf blower unrolling toilet paper.
Harley Cole shares his “Frankenpeeps & Frankengummy” creations.
Shelbi Tate assists with coloring white carnations in the “Investigation Station.”