Thursday, May 28, 2015
Summer Reading Kickoff Party at Inglenook Branch Library
Summer reading, here we come! With over 30 programs, the Inglenook Branch Library will ensure that the Inglenook community is always engaged and entertained. These events will be kicked off with a party on June 1 at 3:30 p.m. The party will consist of summer reading registrations, activities, games, motivation from community leaders to read, promotion from the 98.7 Kiss FM Radio Station, and light refreshments. The Birmingham Public Library Literacy and Outreach Department will also be on hand to sign folks up for library cards.
If you would like to motivate your child to read over the summer and prevent the summer slide, or even motivate yourself, stop by the Inglenook Library on Monday, June 1, for inspiration!
Inglenook Branch Library
By Tressa at May 28, 2015
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