The fun continues at the San Antonio Public Library with Summer Reading
The summer is in full swing and the fun continues at the San Antonio Public Library with the Summer Reading Program and Mayor’s Summer Reading Club.
There are plenty of cool activities left for the rest of the summer for just about everyone. The Monkey and the Crocodile are still anxious to meet all the children during the Eulenspiegel’s puppet presentations and Spikey Mikey will be traveling to different branch libraries with his fun and magical education show.
Teens continue to have plenty of cool activities to beat the heat: Superhero movies, video games, costume design, experiments, crafts and table top games – even ghost stories and s’mores. Additionally, in the new Teen Library at Central the teens can fly a drone, play with electric guitars, use a 3D printer, make a music video and so much more!
Children participating in the Mayor’s Summer Reading Club need to read 8 books – or listen to 16 if someone is reading to them – to receive a free paperback book and a certificate signed by the mayor. Teens get 1 entry into a drawing with every event they attend and every book they read. Finally, adults taking part in the Adult Summer Reading Challenge need to read 4 titles and turn in a completed form to be entered into a drawing.
There is still time to sign up for Summer Reading at any San Antonio Public Library location or at http://guides.mysapl.org/summerreading2015. More information about the programs is available on the calendar of events at my mysapl.org.