McPherson Library Summer Reading Program offers fun and games to encourage literacy and imagination
The McPherson Municipal Library Summer Reading Program’s second week had a winter theme, and kids enjoyed fun activities like making snow globes, marshmallow igloos, cotton ball snowmen, beaded icicles and snowflakes.
“Every week we have a different theme,” said coordinator Kelsey Kropielnicki, who will enter Grade 12 in September. “Last week, it was ‘Go Explore’ and we did a bunch of stuff outside.”
Every Friday is “Healthy Snack Day” from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., “and it’s free,” she said, for all ages.
By Patricia Harcourt
For more see the July 23/13 issue of the Tofield Mercury