Hammond Community Library: Library Camps are back this summer
Written by Hammond Community Library librarian Michelle Johnson
We are excited to announce that Library Camps are back this summer! Registration for the camps opens this week. Registration forms can be found at the library, on the web-page, on Facebook and by request via e-mail.
Daily story-times / mini camps for ages 3-5 are Monday-Thursday from 9-10 a.m.
Weekly camps (Monday-Thursday), come for one or more of the days each week.
Times of camps 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. or from 2-5 p.m. for ages 6 and older.
Weekly/Daily Themes of Library Camps:
Week of June 5: Dance and Movement
Monday: 2000s, Tuesday: '80s, Wednesday: '50s, Thursday: '90s
Week of June 12: Science
Monday: Inventions, Tuesday: Let's Experiment, Wednesday: Space, Thursday: Human Body
Week of June 19: Art and Artists
Monday: Monet, Tuesday: Theibaud, Wednesday: Walt Disney, Thursday: Tullet
Week of June 26: Ancient Egypt
Monday: Pyramids, Tuesday: Mummies, Wednesday: Egypt, Thursday: Desert
Week of July 10: Entertaining
Monday: Summer Fun, Tuesday: Fall Festival, Wednesday: Winter Wonderland, Thursday: Spring Delight
Week of July 17: Our World
Monday: Africa, Tuesday: Australia, Wednesday: Antarctica, Thursday: Asia
Week of July 24: Book it to the library!
Monday: Mo Willems, Tuesday: Magic Tree House, Wednesday: Classics, Thursday: Look and Find
This summer our theme is "Build a Better World!" We are building a better world by offering you and your family many opportunities to participate in fun activities. Not only will be have the library camps, we also have fun evenings planned for families — watch for dates and times of these special events. You will also be able to take our reading challenge. Reading Challenge: Who can build the most and the tallest buildings just by reading? Come check out the details of how you can start building this summer.
Plus don't forget about the prizes, guessing games, and other challenges that are offered this summer to help you reach your goal of building the tallest or the most buildings this summer at the library!