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- SATURDAY10am – 2pm
Check out our new e-book platform in E-Library
For Harding residents only!
Eat Like an Olympian!
Delicious Treats for Body and Brain
Wednesday, June 29, 4-5 p.m.
As part of our Olympics inspired summer reading program for children, we invite participants to come in for a fun afternoon with games and food for fitness. Make your own “brain food” to keep those reading muscles full of energy and in top condition. Join us for fun Olympic games and learn about the foods that help make you smarter and healthier.
For children ages 6 and up. Registration requested, please.
Access books, audiobooks, magazines, and language learning anytime
We are pleased to announce the addition of a brand-new e-book platform to our services. Through OverDrive, Harding Township cardholders have exclusive access to an online e-book collection with something for every interest.
New to this? Schedule a one-on-one tutorial on any of our online services. Learn how to take an online language class, download e-books or magazines to your device, or find information in a database.
Thursdays, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon.
Honey Harvest Fest
See what 100,000 bees can do!
Sunday, July 10, 1-5 p.m.
Residents of all ages are invited to join our beekeepers in harvesting this year’s honey. Come prepared for hands-on, messy fun, and find out how much honey the bees have made. Great for the whole family!
After the extraction we will be bottling the honey, and all participants will receive a sample of Harding Honey to take home.
Registration requested, please.
2016 Summer Reading for Kids
Get ready, set, read! Summer Reading Olympics
Every summer, Kemmerer Library sponsors a program for children in grades K through 8, intended to foster a love of reading and emphasizing the importance of reading for pleasure. Click HERE
for program rules.
This year’s theme, Get Ready, Set, Read: Summer Reading Olympics, is inspired by the upcoming games in Rio de Janeiro. We are stocking up on Olympics-inspired books, and throughout the summer months, we will be holding fun, interactive programs celebrating sports and the Olympics.
Pick up your registration packet any time!
It’s the Bee’s Knees!
Our honeybees are here!
Pollinators all over the world are in danger of extinction due to pesticide use, habitat loss, and climate change. In collaboration with local beekeepers, Kemmerer Library is doing its small part to protect our honeybees: This spring we established two hives on the municipal campus and will be caring for them all summer long.
Every Saturday, April-October, 1 p.m.
Join the beekeepers while they inspect the hives to check the health of the honeybees and how the honey production is faring. All ages are welcome!
No registration required. All ages are welcome
Chill and Play in the Children’s Room
Story Time for Toddlers – On Summer Break
Story Time is taking a summer vacation until Labor Day, but don’t worry: Our favorite story lady, Mrs. Marchev, will be at the Library every week!
Youngsters and their caregivers are invited to drop in for an informal story with Mrs. Marchev, playtime, and a snack in the Children’s Room. No registration necessary — just come on in!
Tuesday afternoons, 2-5 p.m.
Please Support Your Library
Kemmerer Library depends on the generosity of Harding residents for 85% of its operating budget. Your charitable donations help us offer great programming, excellent collections, free WIFI and public computers, meeting spaces for local groups, and much, much more!
All of these services are completely free of charge, as is your library card.
We hope you will consider the Library in your charitable giving!
Please make checks payable to KLHT or use the Paypal button to donate with a credit or debit card.
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