In our Summer Reading Series for 2019, we will be featuring the summer reading programs of public libraries in different towns from all over Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. Let’s take a look at the Sherborn Library’s Summer Reading Program.
The Sherborn Library has so many fun-filled events planned for the summer! Check them out below:
Whalemobile: Ages 5 and up. Go inside Nile, a 43 ft. life-sized Humpback whale. How are humans and whales alike? Learn about animal habitat and behavior. Thursday, June 27th, 3:00 PM. Grades 1-6. Sign up!
Jay Mankita’s Playful Engineers: Build zip lines, pin pong ball catapults and exploding popsicle stick snakes. Monday, July 1st, 3:30 – 5pm Sign up! Recommended for ages 8 and up.
Storytime at Farm Pond: Fingerplays, songs and stories about summer. Friday, July 12th at noon.
Traveling Planetarium, Museum of Science: See the night sky, stars, planets, constellations and galaxies. Friday, July 26th, 3:30 pm. For ages 5 and up. Sign up!
Digeridoo Down Under: Australian instruments music and culture. Wednesday, July 31st, 4pm.
Astronomy for Kids: With Sherborn resident Alex Burke. What are those brightly shining objects that we see in the night sky? What is the Milky
way? What is a planet? Have fun learning about the sun, stars, moon and planets. Tuesday, August 13th, 3:30 pm.
For more information about Sherborn’s Summer Reading Program and to register for events, please click here to visit the Sherborn Library website. To view other blogs in this series, please click here.