Join the Lawrence County Public Library for their 2019 summer reading program as they celebrate their theme “Alabama Has a Universe of Stories”, from July the 9th through the 30th. Children from toddler to seventh grade are eligible to register at the Lawrence County Public Library from July the 1st through 5th, and can earn prizes and books through the month of July.
Join the library on July 9th, at 3:00 p.m., a kick-off party will be held at Moulton’s Lion Club. All summer reading events are free and will meet on Tuesday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. The Lawrence County Public Library says, “Families that read together succeed together.
Children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who don’t can slide backwards. Termed the “summer slide” and affecting millions of children each year, teachers can spend at least one month re-teaching materials students have forgotten over that time.” The Lawrence County Public Library keeps learning fun throughout the summer break!
Take part in the summer reading program through their presents and prizes. Summer reading events, prizes and books for all ages are made possible with support from the United Way and the Friends of the Lawrence County Public Library.
July 1-5: Registration @LCPC
Tuesday, July 9: Magic Man Entertainment
Tuesday, July 16: Oakville Indian Mounds
Tuesday, July 23: Gusty The Flying Frog
Tuesday, July 30: Yarbrough’s Educational Reptile Program
For details on all summer reading events, visit the website www.lawrencecpl.org or call (256)-974-0883.