The Lake Stevens Library provides many opportunities for children living at Lake Stevens property to come participate in enriching activities. This is especially true over the summer months. Take a look at all that is going on just this week!
Tuesday, July 10th, children ages 3-11 are invited with their caregiver from 10 to 11:30 a.m. to attend Family Storytime: Ultimate Building. Come to hear books about engineering to get minds and imaginations going. Then have the chance to use different building materials to create some awesome structures inspired by the stories.
Thursday, July 12th, there are two events going on that are part of the Explore Summer Program. The first is for elementary early learners from 11 a.m. to noon and is called Animals and Sound. Presented by the Pacific Science Center, children will be able to explore how animals make sounds and use them to communicate and find their way around. Madagascar hissing cockroaches will be on site to dazzle the children. Registration is required. The second event this day is for middle tweens and teens ages 10 to 18 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. and is called Hand-Bound Planners and Journals. There will be plenty of blank and pre-designed pages available for those in attendance to make their own hand-bound planners and journals. Registration is required for this event as well.
Saturday, July 14th there is an opportunity to come for Reading with Rover. This very popular event will take place from 11 a.m. to noon. Children are invited to build confidence and improve reading skills while reading aloud to a loveable canine. Be sure to grab some books, movies, and music to take back to your Lake Stevens property when attending one of these events. Watch the calendar for more fun all summer long.