Date: Jun 16th, 2014
Teens and young adults with developmental delays can take part in a special summer reading program series happening at the George Latimer Central Library, 90 West 4th Street, in downtown Saint Paul. Youth 12 years and up can earn badges and books by reading about and trying activities focused on their interests on four Friday mornings beginning June 27 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Participants are welcome to bring their personal care attendants, parents, or 1:1 aids to these free events, but registration is required. Please call 651-266-7034.
The event series kicks off on Friday, June 27 and will include making art and learning how to earn badges.
The second event, on Friday, July 11, will focus on making scrapbooks. Participants can bring photos or mementos to put in scrapbooks.
At the third event, on Friday, July 25, participants will be researching a favorite person, animal, or character to make books or posters. Everyone is invited to come dressed up as a favorite person or animal and can contact the library before the event to arrange for extra research help.
The fourth and last event, on Friday, August 8, will be a celebration of everyone's hard work over the summer and will include an awards ceremony.
For more information, or to register online, visit sppl.org/summer#central.