Bring your friends to this movie event just for teens! We’ll be screening a superhero classic and have so much popcorn, we dare you to try and eat it all! Check our Facebook page to learn more about the movie we'll be showing.
Meet us at Seth's Coffee for a new book club for the 20's & 30's crowd. We'll be discussing The Girls of Atomic City by Denise Kiernan. This is the incredible story of the young women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, one of the Manhattan Project's secret cities, who unwittingly played a crucial role in one of the most significant moments in US history. Like "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," this is history and science made fresh and vibrant--a beautifully told, deeply researched story that unfolds in a suspenseful and exciting way.Read more»
Honor our local heroes! Meet veterans, policemen, firemen, plus the ambulance and street crews--those who keep our community safe and make it a great place to live. Get up close to their cool vehicles, too. This event will be held in the parking lot behind the library.
Not all heroes are human. Learn about amazing feats of many different types of animals. The program will conclude with a hands-on art project. Content is geared for elementary-aged students, but all ages are welcome.
Learn about the “superhero powers” of animals and insects with a naturalist from the Apple Creek YMCA’s Purdy Nature Preserve.
Kimberly-Little Chute Library has summer reading programs for ages 3 through adult, so sign up the entire family for some summer fun. Be sure to thank our program sponsors - we wouldn't have nearly as much fun without them!
- May 26 - registration begins - sign up at the library
- June 8 - program begins
- July 31 - program ends
About the Program
This year's theme for the summer is the same for all ages: Every Hero Has a Story!
Check our online calendar for a complete list of events for all ages. Hours of reading this summer will help raise money for three local charities:
- Make-A-Wish Foundation
- Chances Animal Rescue
- A Very Special Place.
Each time a weekly reading card is turned in, readers will vote for a charity plus earn a grand prize entry form. Votes will be tallied throughout the program, and the charity with the most votes will receive $500, second place $300, and third place $200.
Kids and teens will also earn a free book prize when they complete cards 3, 6, & 8. Be a hero for someone else and keep your brain "super" strong this summer by participating in Every Hero Has a Story!
Summer reading program images are copyrighted. Contact the CSLP at 1-866-657-8556 or contact [at] cslpreads [dot] org for more information.
Like the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library Facebook page and join the event #BamPowRead. Post a photo to the event wall, taken in the library, showing us your best super reader pose by July 24.
Visit the event page to vote for your favorite entry from July 27-31. Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 winners!
- Contest begins July 6, 2015 and will run through July 24, 2015. Voting (Liking) will take place July 27-31.
- Anyone is welcome to participate in the contest.
- All entries must be submitted to the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library Facebook event page titled #BamPowRead or by email to kim [at] mail [dot] owls [dot] lib [dot] wi [dot] us.
- Voting (liking) closes at 11:59PM on July 31.
- Winners will be announced on Monday, August 3rd via Facebook message. (First, second, third place prizes will be awarded.)
- Winning entries will be displayed at the library.
- Any photographs depicting violence, nudity, profanity, and/or lewd gestured will not be posted and will be automatically disqualified from the contest.
- Cameras will not be provided.
- Only one entry per person will be accepted.
- Hard copy photos will not be accepted.