Visit your local library this summer for fun, educational activities.

July 10, 2018

Visit your local library this summer for fun, educational activities.


HESPERIA — Too hot outside? Bored and can’t find anything fun to do? There is a library near you with a summer reading program.

This year, the Hesperia Community Library is having a “Libraries Rock” Summer Reading Program. Want to crack open a geode? Do you like playing strategy card games? Maybe you would like to see a magician…?

Hesperia Community Library will host the above programs and more during its summer reading program. On Tuesdays, the library hosts Family Nights beginning at 6:30 p.m. This is a time for interesting programs introducing animals, magicians, geology and more.

Wednesdays at 7 p.m. are teen nights when kids aged 11-15 can build new skills through crafts and programs. The library has several new activities this year, along with an introduction to playing “Magic, The Gathering” which is a strategy card game. The library will also offer a introduction to making short animated movies with equipment provided.

Story time for preschool children is Friday at 10 a.m. Children sing songs, make crafts and listen to stories. The kids can complete activities, read and register to win prizes.

“We also encourage people to get a library card,” said Hesperia Community Library Director Kay Brennan. “If you aren’t sure where you can get a library card, call the nearest library for information.”


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