T.B. Scott Library announces 2021 summer programs
Adult and youth services offer something for everyone
The T.B. Scott Library has announced the theme for this summer’s programs will be “Tails and Tales.”
“Readers of all ages will explore the animal kingdom this summer,” the Library shared in a recent press release.
They are also issuing their annual summer reading challenge. The 2021 Summer Reading Program is open to readers, ages 0 – 99+, with events, prize drawings, a reading club, and more.
Adult Services will hold two events at area establishments in conjunction with this summer’s library theme:
• “Tales & Cocktails @ Sutton’s” on Wednesday, June 23, @ 7:00 p.m.
• “Bottoms Up: Wisconsin’s Historic Bars & Breweries @ the Sawmill” on Wednesday, July 28, @ 7:00 p.m.
Note: Attendees for these events must be 21 years of age or older.
Youth Services will host three professional entertainers with pre-registration required, no later than June 16, for outdoor events:
• Lalo’s Lunchbox & Friends Show will be live-streamed on the Library’s Facebook Page on Wednesday, June 9 at 10:00 a.m. This show about healthy foods and showing kindness to others may sound cheesy, but it is too “Gouda” to pass up!
• Rap, Rock, Spell & Read with Miss Nina, is perfect for the preschool set and will be held @ Normal Park on Monday, June 21.
• Magical Tales featuring the magic of Isaiah Fosterthat is great for all ages. It will be held on Tuesday, July 13 @ the Library on the West lawn.
The Library will also serve as a USDA Summer Food Service Program site.
Registration for the online reading challenge “Tails and Tales” begins on June 7. For more information regarding the challenges and the events, call the library at 715.536.7191 or visit the library website: www.tbscottlibrary.org.
All programs are free of charge.