NEWTON — Readers of all ages are shooting for the stars and reading and winning prizes as the Gale Library, Newton begins their Summer Reading Program, “Universe of Stories”. Activities include lots of stories, music, astronauts and aliens, planets, stars and UFO’s along with reading clubs for Read To Me, Independent Readers, Teen/tween, and Adults. Registration and program sign ups have begun and are ongoing. Activities and programs begin Mon., June 17, and are non-stop until Tues., August 6.
Students entering Grade 6-12 have their own Reading program with special Canobie Lake, Water Country, and Cinema passes as weekly prizes. Sign up and read through Tues., August 6. There are many programs open to all ages. We are also looking for teen helpers to assist children at the Out of this World Party on Mon., June 24. If you can help please call or drop in the Gale Library and check out the dates available.
Join us for Mr Aaron’s Intergalactic Spectacular who will entertain you and have you laughing on Mon., July 15 at 6:30 p.m. Count on a thrilling musical adventure with award winning musician Mr. Aaron! Awarded “Best Children's Performer” from New Hampshire Magazine, Mr. Aaron never fails to delight audiences of all ages. Kids and grown-ups alike dance, sing, and laugh along to hits from his pop favorites, kids classics, and much more!
The Museum of Science with the portable Planetarium and “The Night Sky” returns on Wed June 19 at 5:45 or 6:30 m.There will be two sessions so sign up soon. Enter The Boston Museum of Science inflatable planetarium. Observe a realistic model of the nighttime sky. Learn how to find planets, constellations, important stars, and astronomical objects.
Make Crafts like Dreamcatchers on Mon., July 1 and Moon and Space Rocks on Mon., July 22.
Learn how to fashion Out of This World Hairdos with Cait on Wed., July 31. Bring your hair twists, comb, brush and bobby pins.
Meet us at the Town Beach to Blast Off Rockets Storyhour on Wed., July 10. The NHSPCA will visit and bring some animal friends on Wed., June 26 at 2:00 p.m. Come learn about some of the pets that can be adopted, The SPCA has a wish list of items that could be used to care for these animals on the web site and at the library so donations from used towels to paper towels and food would be appreciated.
Weekly Storyhours on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. will have be having lots of fun with Stories, Singing, Dancing, and Crafts.
Buzz Lightyear and his Journal are ready to go on trips to record all the fun you have together. Sign up on his calendar and take him on your next trip.
The Candy Jar is ready for your best guess to win them all. Come discover what’s in there!
Saturday Drop in Crafts begin on June 29 and Friday Flics on June 20 in our cool A/C children’s room. Bring your own drink and pals, we’ll supply a snack!
Come in, Register, Pick up a Schedule so you won’t miss all the fun this summer! For more info, call 603-382-4691 or Facebook “The Gale Library” or The Town Website.