Summer Programs for Kids at the Memorial-Nottingham Library
THE SUMMER READING CLUB
The fun continues at all branches, including the Memorial-Nottingham Library, and runs from June 9th through August 2nd. This year’s theme is "Get a Clue," which focuses on solving mysteries, decoding messages and being a detective. Every Wednesday there will be a new activity, where you can earn prizes for completing each project.
Hidden in my 'hood on July 16th at 3:00 pm. Find treasures hidden all around the library and join in a scavenger hunt, to earn your own secret spy flashlight.
Mystery Maker on July 23rd at 3:00 pm. “Create your own mystery book,” with a secret message hidden inside for all your friends to figure out, to earn a pair of secret spy sunglasses.
Case Closed on July 30th at 3:00 pm. Wow…you did it! Now celebrate “your great detective achievements on family fun day!” Get an “official detective bag,” while eating popcorn and watching a great mystery movie!
Summer Reading Club Finale on July 30th at 3:00 pm. Have fun at the celebration. And there will be cake, too!
Alfonzo Daniels, Youth Librarian, says, to "have fun over the summertime. As soon as you "start reading and do your activities, you can be entered into the drawing for the Mystery Grand Prize.” When you complete all the activities, are you will receive a “voucher for 4 free tickets to the Cleveland Public Library Day, August 9th, at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Rainforest."
So have fun this summer, read books, solve puzzles and earn cool prizes at the Memorial-Nottingham Library!
TEEN BOOK DISCUSSION ON BULLYING
Wednesday, July 9th at 4:00 pm. This is a special book discussion for teens to learn about real kids who were the victims of bullying, and who told their true stories, to help others. The book that will be discussed is: Bullying Under Attack: True Stories Written by Teen Victims, Bullies and Bystanders. The discussions will help you understand why bullies act the way they do, and what other teens did when they experienced bullying.
Jeanne Coppola is a resident of the Collinwood neighborhood, and is interested in art and writing. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University, where she was a writer for the multi-cultural student magazine, "The Vindicator."
Jeanne is pleased to be able to write for "The Collinwood Observer," and offer her comments and opinions for this new and exciting community newspaper.