SPRINGY STORIES FOR KIDS!
NEW SEASON, NEW CYCLE! MOMS AND DADS AND GRANDMAS AND GRANDPAS AND NANNIES AND ESPECIALLY KIDS AGES NEWBORN THROUGH SIX YEARS OLD, COME AND JOIN STORY HOUR AT BACON FREE LIBRARY WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS AT 10 AM.
New people please drop on in. You are most welcome. No registration! No fee!
- May 15 and 17: Here Kitty Kitty!
- May 22 and 24: Frog and Toad Stories
- May 29 and 31: Who lives at the Farm
- June 5 and 7: Monkey Business
- June 12 and 14: Father's Day
- June 19 and 21: End of School and Summer
- June 26 and 28: Digging for Dinosaurs
No registration is required. Walk-ins are welcome!
Art for All
SIGN UP FOR BACON FREE LIBRARY KIDS SUMMER READING PROGRAM “DIG INTO READING”, featuring our popular annual Family Literacy Bingo game, will begin on Tuesday, June 25th. Calendars listing events in the summer reading program will be available at sign up.
Kickoff event for kids summer reading program will be a visit from storyteller Diane Edgecomb on Friday, June 28th at 10 am, when she will present: Digging Dinosaurs, a storytelling jam-packed with fun and family entertainment. The program features two original stories: Pattysaurus, selfish little Patty has the wildest collection of dinosaur things you’ve ever seen, but she refuses to share; and Egg Mountain, paleontologists Clara and George enlist the audience help and solve “The Mystery of the Missing Duckbill Dinosaur Eggs.”
Readers of all ages will explore all things underground this summer as Bacon Free Library presents “Dig Into Reading” for children; “Beneath the Surface” for teens; and “Groundbreaking Reads” for adults, during their summer library program. For more information, call Bacon Free Library at 508 653 6730. All programs are free of charge.
Summer Reading is sponsored by Bacon Free Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and The Boston Bruins.
Music for Kids
Anne Marie and Madeline David were special musical guests at Bacon Free Library recently Mother Anne Marie David, who plays and sings church music at Boston College professionally, brought her portable keyboards. Daughter Madeline David, who is in second grade and an excellent reader, played her violin. Both sang and danced and read to the young crowd. The apple tree song was especially rousing. Kids six years old and under, parents and caretakers too. Come and join story hour at Bacon Free Library Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 AM. New people please drop on in. You are most welcome. No registration! No fee!
Check out her her website: http://www.annemariedavid.com/