The annual Summer Reading Program at Caruthersville Public Library is called “Libraries Rock!”. It will begin on May 29th with sign ups and an ice cream party. Programming will continue for eight weeks throughout the summer.
Tuesdays will be about what makes libraries rock – books and stories, along with musical fun like karaoke, a dance party, and a talent show. Children will receive a different musical toy each week.
Wednesdays will feature a different children’s movie each week, open to all ages.
Thursdays are Crafternoons, with rock painting, paper crafts, and other fun activities.
All days begin at 1:30 p.m., following the Summer Food program, which will again be served at the John VanAusdall Reading Pavilion at the rear of the library.
Open to all children in Grades K-6 in Pemiscot County, but tweens, teens, and adults can still sign up for our summer reading challenge and join in on the fun.