June 26 2017

What's New and What's Coming Up at the Library

The following is a release from the Burlington Public Library: 

 

Library Holiday Hours

 

The Library will be closing at 4:30pm on Monday, July 3 and will remain closed Tuesday, July 4 for the holiday. Have a fun and safe Fourth of July!

 

Summer Reading Kick Off for Children and Teens

 

Children - Thursday, July 6, 10 am-1 pm This summer’s theme for children is “Reading . . . A World of Fantasy.”  Join us for a children’s magical kickoff: face painting, raffles, crafts, and a performance by Ed the Wizard at 11 am.

 

Teens - Thursday, July 6, 3 pm The theme for Teens this summer is “Fantastic Reads.”  The Teens’ fantastic kickoff, featuring Family Feud and walking tacos, starts at 3 pm.    

Pick up brochures at the Youth Services Desk or see the full list of programs and events on our website.

Preschool Fun and Games- Friday, July 7, 11-11:30 am  Fun activities designed for your preschooler.

 

Teen Fantasy Friday-Friday, July 7, 4-5 pm  Join Nicole for activities based on a weekly theme. This week: superheroes.

 

Museum Passes

 

When planning your summer activities be sure to consider the passes available through the library.  We have discount passes to almost 2 dozen museums, parks and attractions that you can check out if you have a library card in good standing.  

These passes are made possible by The Friends of the Burlington Public Library and other organizations, businesses and individuals who are sponsors.

 

There are a number of passes for those who wish to enjoy the great outdoors during the summer months.  Passes for this include Boston By Foot, Boston Harbor Island Ferry, Drumlin Farm and other Audubon Sanctuaries, Mass State Parks, Roger Williams Park & Zoo, Zoo New England and Lowell Spinners.

 

Visit our website to see the complete list and be sure to view the list of all the sponsors who support the Museum Pass Program.

 

 

Did You Know?

 

 Sidney Sheldon, best-selling novelist, Broadway playwright and Hollywood TV and movie screenwriter, is noted for the following quote:  “Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.”

 

 

 
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