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Read & Romp
Ages 3-6
Read and Romp Story Time

Mondays at 10:00 a.m.

Winter program runs June 29-August 10.

This weekly story time is for children ages 3-6 and their caregivers.  The program features a variety of stories, fingerplays, songs and activities.  No registration is required.  Program begins promptly at 10:00 a.m. in the Community Room.

Baby Rhyme Time
Ages 0-2

Baby Rhyme Time

Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.

Winter program runs July 2-August 13.

Babies under three years old meet together with parents or caregivers for 30 minutes of rhymes, songs, and books followed by open-ended free play.

 There is no Baby Rhyme Time on July 9, 2015.

every hero
Every Hero Has A Story
June 29-August 13

Bam! Pow! Read! Test out your super powers with books this summer!  Children ages 2-13 sign up in the children's room for this free non-competitive program.  Fill your reading list with books and win prizes!

Wacky Wednesday Crafts
Every Wednesday July 1-August 12, 1pm-3pm

Come into the children's room and make the craft or experiment of the week to take home.  For children ages 5-13, younger ones may wish to have an adult with them.  This program is generously sponsored by local author Bruce McMillan.
little red wagon
Little Red Wagon presents
What's all the comOCEAN?: An underwater puppet musical adventure

Thursday, July 16
Nasson Community Center Little Theatre

This musical puppet adventure provides an exciting and informative way to teach kids and families about the challenges facing our oceans and what all of us can do to help make a difference.  This free program is most appropriate for children ages 3-8.
ice cream
Ice Cream Sundae Party
sday, August 13

Everyone who added books to their reading list this summer is invited to celebrate their hard work by creating a sundae.
Sheila Dube

Youth Services Librarian Sheila Dube has been sharing her love of reading aloud
and singing to children at Springvale Public Library since 2003.  She also shares her talents with the community in the local Headstart program classrooms and at the WIC (Women, Infants & Children)  distribution day at York County Community Action

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