Summer Reading at the Sierra Madre Library is back and better than ever.
By News Desk
The library’s Summer Reading Program dubbed “Sierra Madre Super Summer” kicks off on Saturday, June 12 with interesting virtual activities, along with a growing number of in-person programs scheduled throughout the summer.
Each year, the library is able to support its program with funding from the City of Sierra Madre, public donations, and the Friends of the Sierra Madre Library. In addition, this year’s programming was supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.
All activities will be limited in size and conducted outdoors, until and unless regulations allow for them to move inside. Activities already announced include Walk This Way Story Adventure, June 1; Tails and Tales, June 10; Pajama Storytime, June 16; and Third Thursday Book Club on June 17.
Edited by Ann Hunnewell
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