NORWAY — The Norway Memorial Library is pleased to announce that there will be summer reading programs in person this year! Registration starts on Monday, June 2, in the children’s department. The library is located at 258 Main Street, in Norway. This year’s summer reading goal for all participants is to read at least 20 minutes a day. Track those 20 minutes on the reading record you will pick up when registering. Check-in at the library each week. Bring your reading record, earn a free badge to add to your lanyard, and earn free books along the way.

Swing into Summer Reading on Tuesday, June 28, 2-3 p.m. to hear Ben & Emma’s Big Hit with illustrator Alexandra Thompson. Do some activities, decorate your own popcorn bag, and enjoy some popcorn!

Starting on Tuesday, July 5, from 2-3 p.m., the children’s department will be offering Super Tuesday Adventures! These are free weekly activities that will be in-person, outside at the Cottage Street Recreation Area. If weather requires cancellation, registered participants will be contacted. To get to the Cottage Street Recreation Area, turn off Norway’s Main St. onto Cottage Street. The recreation area is on the left just before the New Balance complex. The theme this year is ‘Oceans of Possibilities’. The programs will include authors and interactive activities related to this theme. There will be a shark week, as well as, kite making, a bass fish program, and origami whales!

For more information, come into the library and talk with the children’s librarian, Annika Black.

Norway Memorial Library’s summer reading program is sponsored by Norway Savings Bank.

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