The Exeter Public library is all set to begin its summer reading program in June. This year their theme will be "Friends Together Now!"
This program is for all ages (children under four need to be accompanied by an adult) and begins on June 13th.
The library is hosting a kick off for the program on Thursday, May 25th at 2 pm where they are promising a mystery visitor with some special guests no one will want to miss.
The program will be on Tuesdays from 10 - 12 including June 13,20, and 27 then in July on the 18th, 25th and August 1. Parents are encouraged to sign up their children by June 1st and bring them in to decorate a library tote bag.
This summer the program will include two interns from the state extension program and the 4H program and will feature lots of STEM projects and activities. In July the program on the 18th will feature "Jammin' Randy" which will be a music event.
The last scheduled meeting on August 1 will include a picnic for the participants.
Pat Sudrla, one of the Exeter librarians explained that their theme of "Friends Together Now!" is to "focus on the kids caring for one another. We will use books and activities to emphasize caring."
Exeter public library is open from 10-5 Monday through Thursday and there are books and DVD's to check out along with a maker space area that is available during library hours.