Our Fall conference is less than 48 hours away, but there’s still time to share some summer memories. Thanks to the libraries who submitted photos of their children’s staff Fizzing, Booming, and Reading! If you would like to submit a photo to add, you can email me at email@example.com.
Here’s David at Barrington, deflecting LED throwies they made with their teens. Later on, he dyed his beard blue and shaved his head when the kids read more than the teens.
Kristen and Wendy at Barrington show off whirligigs made from recyclables.
At Haverhill, they made firework art:
Emily and Kathy at Kimball prepare for a school visit in their science gear.
Kathy is covered in reptiles and bugs because her kids met their reading challenge. Yikes!
Greenfield creates a quilt out of their past summer reading T-Shirts.
Peterborough enjoyed timeless experiments like bouncing eggs and soda geysers.
Moultonborough’s patrons were greeted by a robot, constructed by the library’s maintenance staff!
Our July 4th parade in Merrimack was the wettest it’s been, so my Mad Scientist was extra mad.
A patron sent in this colorful photo from one of our Storytimes in the Park.
The kids at Littleton made marble runners from cardboard tubes:
Looks like everyone had a fun summer! Looking forward to hearing about the activities you’ll be sharing this fall.
Merrimack Public Library