Heyworth Public Library District

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Summer Reading 2020

June 1 – July 31

Summer Reading Is Going Virtual!

Picture3All programs and reading logs will be online this summer.  We will be using a website and app called READsquared to log reading and win prizes.  If you want to read for prizes, but can’t participate online, that’s okay!  Paper logs are available.  Fill one out and call the library.  We will enter your progress for you.

Children ages 3 – 12 (going into 6th grade) can log reading minutes and complete missions to earn points.  Once enough points are earned, you will earn a prize package that can be picked up at the library.  The points you earn through your reading journey can be used to get tickets for a raffle drawing of your choice.

Young adults (going into 7th grade) and adults can log books, magazines, or audiobooks and complete missions to earn points that can be used to get tickets for a raffle drawing of your choice.

All reading and missions must be logged by August 8.  The raffle drawing will take place August 10.  Children must earn the prize package at level 10 to be eligible for the raffle drawing. 

Any books you have access to will count for reading this year. 

Sign up for READsquared here!

Weekly Programs

Registration begins Monday, June 1.  Since programs will be online this year, there will be no limit on participation.  Registering will help us provide you with the information needed to view the program online.  You can also indicate if you would like to pick up a craft/activity bag to go with the program.  Supplies will be limited.

Times listed for each program are when the program will be made available for viewing online.  You will be able to watch the program anytime this summer.  Most programs will be available in our Summer Reading Facebook Group due to publisher restrictions.  

Tuesday Morning Storytime

10:30 a.m.

3 years old – 6th grade

  • June 16:  Clothespin Puppets
    • Sponsored by First State Bank of Bloomington – Heyworth Branch
  • June 23:  Once Upon a Time
    • Stories and a craft presented by Ms. Victoria
  • June 30:  Dr. Mike Lockett, The Normal Storyteller 
  • July 7:  Magical Creatures
    • Stories and a craft presented by Ms. Lori and Ms. Jacque
  • July 14:  Absolute Science
    • Sponsored by Bernie and Beth Wrezinski 

Register here!

Family Storytime

6:15 p.m.  

3-6 year olds and their families

  • June 18:  The Land of the Littles
  • June 25:  The Land of Heroes
  • July 2:  The Land of Make Believe
  • July 9:  The Land of Mother Goose
  • July 16:  The Land of Kings and Queens

Register here!

Let’s use our imaginations for these fun Facebook events with Ms. Jacque!

(Registration not required.)

Figure It Out

Mondays, 12:00 p.m.

We’ll be testing cool science projects to see if they really work!

LEGO Challenge

Wednesdays, 12:00 p.m.

We’ll present fun LEGO challenges.  Will you be up to the task?

Crafty Fridays

Fridays, 12:00 p.m.

We’ll have a fun craft you can do at home!

Adventure Book Club

5th – 8th grade

June 25, 10:30 a.m. – Running North by Ann Mariah Cook

July 23, 10:30 a.m. – Amal Unbound by Aisha Saeed

Register here!

Books, Tea, and Conversation

Adult Book Club

July 2, 6:30 p.m. – Every Note Played by Lisa Genova

August 6, 6:30 p.m. – Midnight At the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew J. Sullivan

Register here!

Tax Strategies In a Volatile Climate – Cancelled

Financial webinar presented by The Institute for Financial Education

June 23, 6:30 p.m.

We are so appreciative of our Summer Reading sponsors!

First State Bank of Bloomington – Heyworth

Bernie and Beth Wrezinski

Huck’s – Heyworth

Subway – Heyworth

Our Little Backyard Farm

Perfectly Posh – Stacy Morger

State Farm Good Neighbor Grant

Smile!

Any photos submitted as part of an activity during the Summer Reading Program may be used on our social media pages or other displays in the library.

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