Here are some fun summer reading things happening across the state for the upcoming week of July 19, 2015.
Learn to be a Nature Detective on July 20th with Cornell Cooperative Extension and 4-H at the Dundee Library. Or visit with animals on July 22nd, thanks to a visit from Tanglewood. Visit http://dundeelib.org/ for more information.
On July 22nd, the Plattekill Public Library will be hosting Tech Guy Adam Seelig to talk about 3D Printers and on July 23rd the library will be having the Midsummer’s Night Dance. For more information visit the library’s website, http://plattekill.lib.ny.us/, or Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/plattekilllibrary.
College students disguised as superheroes will present a non-violence workshop at the Cuba Circulating Library on July 23. This workshop is best suited for children in grades K-8th. For more information, please call the library at 585-968-1668 or visit their website at http://cubalibrary.org/.
In the Greater Rochester Area, radio station WXXI’s Connections program will be featuring summer reading. Tune in Monday July 20th through Thursday July 23rd at noon. Learn more at WXXInews.org.