Summer BTL 2019

2 ] www.tusclibrary.org Main Library 121 Fair Avenue NW New Philadelphia, OH 44663 330-364-4474 Monday-Thursday 9AM-8:30PM Friday 10AM-6PM Saturday 9AM-5PM Bolivar Branch 455 West Water Street Bolivar, OH 44612 330-874-2720 Monday 10AM-5PM Tuesday 10AM-8PM Wednesday 1PM-5PM Thursday 1PM-8PM Friday 10AM-5PM Saturday 10AM-2PM Strasburg Branch 356 5th Street SW Strasburg, OH 44680 330-878-5711 Monday 10AM-5PM Tuesday 1PM-8PM Wednesday 10AM-5PM Thursday 1PM-8PM Friday 1PM-5PM Saturday 10AM-2PM Sugarcreek Branch 120 South Broadway Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-2813 Monday 10AM-5PM Tuesday 10AM-8PM Wednesday 10AM-5PM Thursday 1PM-5PM Friday 1PM-8PM Saturday 10AM-2PM Tuscarawas Branch 209 South Main Street Tuscarawas, OH 44682 740-922-2748 Monday 10AM-5PM Tuesday 1PM-8PM Wednesday 10AM-5PM Thursday 1PM-8PM Friday 1PM-5PM Saturday 10AM-2PM Mobile Services 121 Fair Avenue NW New Philadelphia, OH 44663 330-364-4474 ext. 250 Board of Trustees Mary Burns Michael Ernest Kait Gallagher-Wilsterman Joanne Limbach Merry Pretorius Nancy Wharmby Tony Yoder All locations will be closed on July 4th (Independence Day) and September 2nd (Labor Day). Director Michelle McMorrow Ramsell Assistant Director Andrea Legg Fiscal Officer Nikki Stoldt Brochure Design Megan Kovalaske-Grimm Molly Calhoun 3 Director’s Corner Sincerely, Michelle McMorrow Ramsell It’s summer, so that means one thing – it’s time for the whole family to enjoy the County Library’s Summer Reading program. All ages are invited to explore a UNIVERSE OF STORIES with the Tuscarawas County Public Library System’s space- themed summer reading program. No matter your age, summer provides the time and freedom to learn something new, to lose yourself in a good book, to listen to music and audiobooks while you work, and to experiment with a new hobby. In addition to fun programs and opportunities to win prizes, participation in summer reading has valuable benefits. Early learners build reading and language skills. School-aged kids continue to use their reading, math, and science skills as they participate in library programs. Teens are motivated to read and learn as they explore interests with friends. Adults are encouraged to explore the joy of reading and personal interests. Participation is FREE and easy. Sign-up for TCPL SUMMER READING at one of the five Kick-Off parties scheduled around the county the week of June 3rd . If you can’t make a Kick-Off party, you can sign-up by visiting one of our five locations or a Pop Up Library event anytime in June or July. Plan to join us at the library! Mobile Services Ragersville Pavilion (8800 Crooked Run Rd. SW, Sugarcreek) Saturday, May 25th from 12:00-4:00 PM and Sunday, June 23rd from 11:00 AM-4:00 PM Stop by the Ragersville Pavilion to check out a book or movie, or do a fun activity. Materials can also be returned to the Pop Up Library. Baltic Village Hall (102 W Main St., Baltic) Mondays: June 3rd through August 26th from 2:00 PM-5:00 PM Stop by the Baltic Village Hall to check out a book or movie, or do a fun activity. Materials can also be returned to the Pop Up Library. Tuscarawas Valley Farmers Market Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds (259 S Tuscarawas Ave., Dover) Wednesdays: June 5th through August 28th from 3:00-7:00 PM Stop by the market to check out a book or movie, or do a fun activity. Materials can also be returned to the Pop Up Library. Atwood Lake (9500 Lakeview Rd., Mineral City) Select Saturdays: June 8th, July 13th, and August 10th from 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Heading to the lake this summer? Be sure to check out our Pop Up Library at Atwood Lake Park while you’re there. Make a craft, check out a good book to read by the water, and play with yard games. No registration required. Warren Township Community Center (3986 New Cumberland Rd. NE, Mineral City) Select Mondays: June 10th and 24th; July 8th and 22nd from 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Come check out a book or movie during Warren Township Community Center’s lunches. Stories in the Garden Historic Zoar Village Garden (198 E 3rd St., Zoar) Wednesdays: June 12th through July 31st from 11:00 AM-11:45 AM Come and enjoy a storytime in the beautiful gardens at historic Zoar Village. ONGOING Tuscarawas Branch Tuesday, June 4th at 5:00 PM Enjoy snacks and games as you sign up for Summer Reading! Limit: 75 Strasburg Branch Tuesday, June 4th at 6:00 PM Explore time gone by in an old-fashioned homestead for children and families. History will be brought to life through over 20 hands-on activities! Light refreshments provided. Main Library Tuscora Park (161 Tuscora Ave. NW, New Phila ) Thursday, June 6th from 6:00-8:00 PM Join us as we kick off Summer Reading. The New Philadelphia Steel Drum Band will perform. We’ll also have food and other fun things to get your Summer Reading started right. Sugarcreek Branch Friday, June 7th from 5:00-7:00 PM Join us as we kick off the Summer Reading Program with face painting, a photo booth, food, games, and fun activities for the whole family. Limit: 100 Bolivar Branch Saturday, June 8th at 11:00 AM Celebrate the branch’s 20th birthday on Water Street. Snap a photo in the community photo booth, enjoy music by Daniel Stenz and Adam Lax, and light refreshments provided by Haueter Landscaping. Limit: 200 SUMMER READING KICKOFF PARTIES Table of Contents Featured Events: Summer Reading Kickoff Parties ................................................................................3 RTY Summer Showcase ...............................................................................................5 Garden Tour Fundraiser ............................................................................................6-7 Fandom Con ..............................................................................................................13 Summer Camps ..........................................................................................................21 Visiting Author Series ..................................................................................................23 Programming: Mobile Services ............................................................................................................3 Adults .........................................................................................................................4-5 Book Clubs and Discussions ........................................................................................9 Technology .................................................................................................................10 Teens ...........................................................................................................................12 Family Fun ...................................................................................................................16 Animal Encounters .....................................................................................................17 Tweens ....................................................................................................................18-19 School-Age .................................................................................................................20 Emerging Learners .....................................................................................................22

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