Dream Big Read! Summer Reading Program Drop by the library to sign up for programs throughout the summer. While you are there, put a star on our “night sky” for every book you read! No star limit and no age limit!
June 19, 1:15pm, Tuesday Theatre — a movie based on Herge’s books “The Adventures of Tintin.” The young reporter, Tintin, purchases a model ship, the Unicorn, setting off a series of events including kidnapping, sailing to Morocco and discovering his family history. Nominated for 27 awards, including an Oscar. Rated PG.
June 21, 7pm, Readers’ Delight — will be discussing Dubliners by James Joyce. Contact the library if you would like to borrow a copy.
June 22, 10am – noon, Coffee Hour – Join us for a cup of coffee or tea, a sweet or two and good conversation. Suitable for all ages!
June 29, 10am– noon, Coffee Hour
July 4, 11am – 3pm, Book Sale
July 4, 12:30pm – 2:00pm, Gary Schoolcraft on hand to sell and sign copies of his book When Kids Were Allowed to be Kids, Volume 1. Proceeds from the sale of the books at the library will benefit the library.
July 9, 6:30pm, 202nd Annual meeting, with Howard Frank Mosher, guest speaker.
July 15, 4 – 6pm, Artist Reception for Hertha Forrai.
July 16 – 18, 9:30am – 11:00, Dream Big! Read Summer Reading “Camp” for children in Kindergarten to 4th grade (and beyond). Sign up at the library for three mornings of books, crafts and a bit of science.
July 16 & 23, 7pm, Own The Night – Teen Night, an evening just for teens. will it be a movie, games, tie-die t-shirts, or something else? Sign up at the library and let the librarian know what you’d like to do!
July 19, 5pm, Introduction to Yoga, led by Peacham resident and certified yoga instructor, Karen Gallas. Six sessions will be offered for a total of $30, with all the proceeds benefitting the library. Sign up and pay at the library.
July 26, 7pm, The Peacham Film Festival, a series of six movies filmed in Peacham. The movies range from a Disney musical to a thriller, from movies based on books, and to one set in Gilead, Maine. There will be people on hand who “were there” and can tell you about their experiences with the crew and making a movie.
The frogs are all off travelling — California, England and Greece! Before Peacham (the largest frog went), he stopped by the Peacham Farmer’s Market.