Summer Library Program Events

We’ve got some great special events for all ages during our Summer Library Program!

Will Stuck, Wednesday, June 2nd

Location: Wright Park Bandshell

Time: 2:00pm

Take a walk on the wild side with Will Stuck and his usual hilarious and high-energy M.E.S.S. (Music, Education, Stories, and Science) show. Amusing animal tales, silly songs, and an experiment or two will surely have you chuckling like a hyena!

Karen Land, Wednesday, June 16th

Location: Wright Park Bandshell

Time: 3:00pm

Karen Land is a writer, public speaker, and library-lover, giving Iditarod dog mushing presentations, from her own experience, at schools and libraries across the country. To date, she has delivered over 1000 talks in 35 states. Her presentation will include what it is like to run the Iditarod, which is nearly a 1,000-mile race that commemorates a 1925 emergency mission to send medical supplies to Nome, Alaska using sled dogs. In the sport of mushing, a sled dog team is often referred to as “a string of dogs.” Her current string is made up of an Alaskan husky named Noggin and a Corgi-Springer mix named Chloe. They will be joining in on the fun, too!

Laura Keyes, Thursday, June 17th

Location: Zoom, with limited seating in the Library

Time: 7:00pm

Do you know the history of the colors in your world? All they tints, hues, dyes, and shades of the colors around you can be traced back to a specific point in history – and the stories they tell are amazing! This Illustrated Lecture will share with you the powerful – and colorful! – history of color. Laura Keyes will be delighting audiences with her colorful presentation on June 17th at 7pm.

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