July 16 – 20 Programs

Tuesday, July 17 – 10:30 a.m.  Story  Hour for Children in Preschool through Grade 1.  Join us for stories, crafts and snacks.
Tuesday, July 17 – 1 – 3 p.m. for Kids in Grades 3 – 6.  With Kathryn from the Art School of Columbia County, read  “Recuerdo” (I Remember) by Edna St. Vincent Millay.  Create sparkling treasure boxes and write a special memory to tuck inside.  Walk-ins are welcome.
Wednesday, July 18, 6:30 p.m.  Animal Embassy Program, “Nature Rocks,” will take families around the world with a unique group of rescued and adopted animals.  Meet incredible animals, possibly a South American chinchilla, North American Spring Peepers, a Cuban Tree Frog, an African Sulcata Tortoise, a boa from Madagascar or others THIS  PROGRAM TAKES PLACE AT ST. LUKE’S FELLOWSHIP HALL.  THERE IS PLENTY OF PARKING AVAILABLE.
Thursday, July 19 – 1 – 2 p.m.  Anita Sanchez presents “Wild Music: Animal Songs and Calls.”  In addition to joining a frog chorus and taking part in a coyote symphony, participants will get a close-up look at crickets in this hands-on program.

KIDS:  BRING IN YOUR READING SLIPS; GET YOUR ICE CREAM CONE CERTIFICATES!!