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Libraries Rock: Summer Hours for Kids

The Friday afternoon Wilder program (July 13)  is about archeology.   The independent activity is about code breaking.  Stop by to learn how to decipher ancient hieroglyphic messages.

Our summer series continues at Quechee Tuesday, July 17 , 4 pm  with “Archeology Alive!”.  Kids, ages 5-11, are invited to join Marieke to learn the principles of archaeology through artifacts, activites, games and books that appeal to the imagination.  Delve into this fascinating field with the help of wonderful materials from the Vermont Historical Museum.

Anna Caputo is at the Quechee Library each Tuesday  for some read-aloud time for Harry Potter lovers, ages 9 and older, from 5 to 6 pm.

Ten o’clock Storytimes continue on Wednesdays at Quechee and Tuesday at Wilder.