2007 Summer Programs

Don’t forget that our continuing programs still continue throughout the summer. Check here for all the programs.

June 25 – August 3
READ FOR PRIZES (the rest of the year read for fun)

– Every Monday at 2 pm –

June 25
Bugs, Slugs, and Beaver Chews… Wild Thing Tunes, Wild Thing Clues – Humorous Songs about our Natural World that Engage Everyone! with singer Tom Sieling

July 2
Family Movie
Bring your own snacks and drinks, your blankets and your laughter as we watch a G rated movie for the whole family.

July 9
Act like a pirate at any time we’re open and get a special prize! Only swashbucklers allowed! All others will be forced to walk the gangplank!

July 16
Super Hero 101 with Chris Pallace
Space is limited to 30 people so, SIGN UP REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT
Before they can save the day, somebody’s got to draw them! This class will teach basic drawing and cartooning skills while keeping the focus on Superheroes. Villains and heroes, capes and utility belts will all make their appearance. Giving kids the guidelines they need to populate the world with Superheroes of their own design. I will supply all paper and pencils, and bring along examples of my work (including artwork created for my upcoming Superhero game, The Numbers League).

July 23
Harry Potter Party
Harry Potter Party! Need I say more?

July 30
Sock Puppets
Make your own sock puppet! Leave your dirty socks at home, we will provide everything.

August 6
The Genesee Storytellers will have the 7-9 year old audience howling and begging for more as they regale them with tales of foolish folk and booktalks of humorous novels for this age group This 45 minute program of storytelling and booktalking will whet the listeners’ appetites to read. Bibliography included. This troupe of professional storytellers and experienced children’s librarians have been telling tales to children and young adults in Western New York State for over 30 years.


  1. Hello- My family and I just moved into the Parma/Spencerport area and we are interested in utilizing the library. Our daughter is currently 18mths old. What types of programs do you have that would be appropriate for her? She LOVES to read. Thank you, Lisa

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