Tahoe-Truckee Lib Loop: Getting ready for the busy summer season
It’s finally here! Now that Memorial Day is finished, we can all get down to the business of summer visitors.
Of course we all love our summer visitors, but some of you might need to have some downtime after this first busy holiday to prepare for the coming groups of friends and relatives.
Even the libraries are a bit quiet before gearing up all the big activities in July and August. But they are always there for audio books (waiting in traffic a bit?), beach/pool reads and of course that bestseller you never got around to reading during your busy year so far.
Also, we have DVDs to keep the kids busy while the adults reconnect! The Incline Library also provides a wagon full of paperbacks at the Burnt Cedar pool. If you don’t see it, ask.
Incline Village Library
Wednesday-Saturday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early Voting
June 3: 2-4 p.m. Lifescapes: a senior memoir writing program.
Kings Beach Library
June 1: Summer Reading Begins. “Read for the Win!” Stop by and pick up a reading log. We have great prizes for motivated readers! Stop the summer reading slide. Stay tuned for our upcoming summer programs.
June 2: Preschool Storytime Presents “Sports!” Let’s explore a sport theme and talk about the upcoming Olympics! From 10:30-11 a.m. Books, songs and a craft.
June 7: 10 a.m. to noon. Tutor Training. Please volunteer to become an adult reading tutor. All training a materials provided.
Read for the Win: Help your kids avoid summer slide with their reading skills by signing up for the Read for the Win! summer reading program. This year we welcome pre-readers as well as independent readers. Sign up at the Truckee Library starting on June 16 for information on free programs, your Reading Bingo card or Froggy Reading Game, and surprises. For ages 3-12.
Pre-School Storytimes: These will be shifting to a special summer schedule. Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m., June 21 through July 26.
Betts Markle is Library Director at Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village.
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