Kids can beat the heat this summer and improve their reading skills at the Pawling Library.
Summer programming at the Pawling Library is going to rock for community kids. The library has a full slate of exciting programs planned to help children and their families practice their literacy skills, learn about science, sing songs, and have fun! Children’s Program Coordinator Neena McBaer has indicated that there are still a few openings available in several programs. Ms. Neena wants parents to know that their children are welcome to register and participate, “even if they can only attend a couple of weeks out of the summer.”
Library Summer Children’s Programming Specialist Carla Biggs shared, “In particular, we have a lot of teen volunteers who would like to read one-on-one with new, struggling, or reluctant readers. If your child would like one-on-one reading practice, we would love for them to sign up to be a book buddy.” For more information about this summer’s programs visit PawlingFreeLibrary.org online and click on “Children,” or email Ms. Neena at firstname.lastname@example.org.