Thank you to the Kingston Community Library who visited SRMS to share details about summer programs, activities, and events. Sign up for the Summer Reading Program begins on Monday, June 19th. All activities and events are open to Kingston and Newton residents and are free of charge. A calendar of activities and events will be sent home with report cards along with the SRMS summer reading recommended booklist.
Summer Reading at Gale Library: Build A Better World Summer Reading
Readers of all ages are going to be building a better world and winning prizes as the Gale Library, Newton begins their Summer Reading Program. Activities include building challenges, Tower Power,Imagination, and Magic along with reading clubs for Read To Me, Independent Readers, Teen/tween, and Adults. Registration and program sign ups begin Mon. June 19 and is ongoing. Activities and programs begin June 26, stop in to play Build or Boom and check out the many building tools and activities we’ll be using this summer!
Students entering Grade 6 through Grade 12 have their own Reading program with special Canobie Lake and and Water Country passes as weekly prizes. Sign up and read through August 9.
We are also looking for teen helpers to assist children in Building Challenges, Fairy House Building, Lego Building, and creating props. If you can help please call or drop in the Gale Library and check out the dates available.
Children in Grade 6 and up who would like to learn to crochet or knit are invited to meet with our Adult Crafty Bookworm group on any Fridays between 1-3 PM to get started or get help.
Crafts like Flip-Flop Makeovers and CD Scratch Art using Zentangle designs are also being held.
For more info, call 382-4691 or Facebook “The Gale Library” or The Town Website.