Looking for something to do this summer? Need to keep young people occupied? Try the Summer Learning Program “Libraries Rock!” at the Savona Free Library in the Mary Helen Joint Meeting House. The program started with the sign up party on Friday June 29 at 5:30 pm. The party started with a hot dog picnic in the Library, due to the heat outside. Many enjoyed a dinner of hot dogs, chips, pasta salad and drinks, while signing up for the Reading Challenge. All had time to look for items to borrow for the long holiday weekend. At 6:30 pm Tanglewood Nature Center came and held a story hour and animal meet and greet. Attendees were able to meet and learn about a scorpion (Sting), a Cuban Toad (Harriet), a ferret (Hector) and a red tail hawk (Hank). Thank you Tanglewood Nature Center for bringing out your animal friends to join us! Everyone had a great time! Join us for more fun event throughout July and August!

The Summer Learning Program “Libraries Rock!” Has Started!