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Summer reading at the Toledo Public Library

June 17, 2018
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

The Toledo Librarians are ready to welcome everyone to the Toledo Public Library for the summer! This year's summer reading theme is Libraries Rock!!

The library has many fun events taking place in June and July with Story Time on Fridays at 10:30, movie days on Fridays at 2, Science Lab, Art Lab, Builder's Lab and Bake Lab in June and the annual summer reading program in July.

We are encouraging adult summer reading as well with reading challenges and prizes just for reading!! Stacie from IPTV and Science Labs on June 18 and 25. Sound Science through the Grout Museum will be at the library on Friday, July 13 at 10:30 and is free open to everyone. This program is funded by a grant provided by the Mansfield Charitable Trust.

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Pictured l to r are: Assistant Director, Sheri McFate, Jaycee Graves, Taylor Dolezal, Brody Workman, Liv Smith, Olivia Meek, Grant Dolezal and Janelle Matta.
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The Quad City Magician will be performing at the Stoplight Festival on Friday, July 6, and is hosted by the library and funded by the Trojan Inn, Independent Insurance and the Shopko Foundation.

The library has been awarded a grant through the Tama County Community Foundation and the Shopko Foundation to purchase books through an Usborne Matching Grant. Personal donations were also added to this matching grant to allow the library to purchase over 300 beautiful new Usborne and Kane Miller titles for our youth collection.

Happy reading!

 
 

 

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