Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Summer Staple: Spending Time at the Library

If you glanced through the Sunday Star, you may have noticed an article pointing you towards your local public library.  Why?  Air conditioning,  books, movies and music to check out, and of course, great summer programs for customers of all ages.  Here in Zionsville, we have a team of librarians that specialize in programs for children ranging from birth to fifth grade, a teen librarian who focuses on programs for those in grades 6-12 and college, and an adult librarian who creates quality adult programs.  We're going to take this opportunity to brag about a few of those programs:

For teens, on Wednesday, July 11 you can sign up for Life Sized Candyland, where you are the piece and there is real candy involved.  There are also openings for the Cooking Through the Decades teen program on Tuesday, July 24, where you will learn how to make foods like tye dye popcorn, yum!  Here at Zionsville, we also have fantastic programs for adults.  One is The Psychology of Money on Tuesday, July 10, where you will learn about how men and women spend and save differently.  I am really, really excited for Texas Roadhouse Grilling 101.  We're blocking off part of the parking lot and bringing in the experts who are going to teach you how to sear and grill steaks and prepare side dishes.  Did I mention there will be samples and recipes for you to take home?  Registration is required for all of the above programs, so grab your calendar, shuffle your schedule, and get signed up for these and other great summer reading programs.

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