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2017 Youth Summer Reading Program: Build a Better World

The 2017 Summer Reading Program is all about building a better world. Kids can register anytime this summer in the children's department at the Waynesville Library or at the front desk at the Canton Library.

This year participants will receive Bingo cards. Complete the card for a chance to win prizes! Attend events for a chance to win more prizes! 

For more information, contact Youth Services Librarian Lisa Hartzell at: (828) 356-2511.

6/13  Aerospace STEM Program: Newspaper Engineering @ 10:30
6/15  Birds of Prey Show with Balsam Mt Trust @ 10:30 
6/20  Aerospace STEM Program: Paper Airplane Contest @ 10:30
6/22 Knoxville Zoomobile Visit @ 2:00  Knoxville Zoomobile Visit @ 10:30
6/27  Aerospace STEM Program: Build a Balloon Rocket @ 10:30
6/28 Dance & Diversity @ 10:30 (wear comfortable clothes)  
6/29  Dance & Diversity @ 10:30 (wear comfortable clothes)
7/6 Attic Salt Theater Presents "Newly Grown Tales" @ 2:00  Attic Salt Theater Presents "Newly Grown Tales" @ 10:30
7/11 Building With Recycled Materials @ 10:30
7/13  Family Concert with Tom Fisch
7/18  TBA
7/20  TBA
7/26 NC Arboretum Program: ecoEXPLORE @ 10:30  
7/27 Cupcake Challenge: International theme @ 2:00 (Bakers check in at 1:15)  
8/10  Planetarium Program @ 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00 (registration required)
8/15 Planetarium Program @ 10:30 & 11:00 (registration required)  

Ongoing Garden Walk -  Enjoy a story walk, a series of signs 

featuring pages from a children's picture book, while strolling

through the Giving Garden, located behind the Canton Library.


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