Don’t miss these great summer reading programs at the Cedar Springs Public Library!
Just for tweens (4th-6th graders)
July 11: Passport to the world, 6:30-8:00pm at the Library.
Get your passport and travel through 7 continents! Fun activities, games, and learn to say hello in different languages. A taste of Italy, (pizza, of course) & America’s favorite beverage, (pop of course!) Space is limited to 20 tweens! Please pre-register at 696-1910 or email@example.com.
July 12-The Saga of waterways & the quest for fur
A lively theatrical first person program delving into our changing use of waterways and the impacts of the fur trade presented by Jean-Baptiste de Naturaliste, a 1700s French Voyageur. 2 p.m. at Cedar Springs Middle School.
Think globally, eat locally
July 14: Chris Bedford, from Muskegon area farm-to-school presents a program with hands-on activities, food samples, a movie excerpt and discussion, plus a take-home extension to try a “100-Mile” diet challenge with an online tracking component. 6:30-8 pm at the Cedar Springs Public Library. Pre-register at firstname.lastname@example.org or 696-1910.