Summer@HPL begins May 25 and runs through August 1, 2014!
Early sign-up takes place at the Paul Banks Summer Activities Fair (April 25, 5:00 - 6:30 pm).
Sign up at the library and online beginning May 5.
Summer@HPL is a ten-week summer program for all ages sponsored by the Homer Public Library and Friends of the Homer Public Library. This free program is designed to offer opportunities for kids, teens, and adults to READ, PLAY, CREATE, and DISCOVER at the library and around town. The theme for 2014 is SCIENCE!
Kids up to 11 - 'Fizz, Boom, Read!'
Teens 12 to 18 - 'Spark a Reaction!'
Adults 19 and older- 'Literary Elements'
Need help picking a book or audiobook? Check out our Summer@HPL Recommended Reads (2014 picks coming soon).
READ - Summer@HPL offers prizes to reward the amazing reading efforts of participants and fun activities that inspire reading and compliment the library’s great collection of reads! Whether its paper books, e-books, magazines, picture books, graphic novels, or audiobooks, it all counts towards the reading goals. The kid, teen, and adult programs each offers a reading challenge with prizes awarded.
PLAY - A diverse schedule of programs and activities throughout the summer offer chances to play at the library and around Homer. Events include music, storytelling, a puppet show, digital tricks, art, outdoor fun, contests, and a night in the library.
CREATE - Summer@HPL is all about creating. Many of the programs, particularly Maker Mondays, feature opportunities for participants to experiment with a variety of art forms, technology, stories, and even LEGO® blocks. There's something for everyone.
DISCOVER - The summer program is a great opportunity to try something new! Whether it’s using a new technology tool or trying a new art form, the wide variety of activities will let attendees “test the waters.”
All events and the reading challenge are free.
More program details coming soon!