Tigers in the P.A.R.K.
(Play, Activities, Reading, for Kids)
This summer we are partnering with the Borough of Fleetwood for our Summer Learning Program. All Tigers in the P.A.R.K. programs are geared for ages 3-10 and require adult supervision. (This is not a drop off program.) Find us at various locations around the Fleetwood Area on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10am. Click on each of the days below for more information and full schedule. (Details are still being confirmed so be sure to check back in the next few months.)
Be sure to get the secret code each week from Ms. Stacy to enter in your child's READsquared account to earn points. What's READsquared? Scroll down for information about our READsquared incentive program.
Find us at Locust Street Park on Monday mornings at 10am (600 E. Locust Street, see map below)
Mondays at Locust Street will feature a traditional storytime with books, songs, and activities. This program is geared for both preschool and elementary school children up to age 10. Restroom available on site.
June 14 - At the Zoo
June 21 - Pets
June 28 - Meet "Falconry Girl" and her 2 live hawks!
July 5 - NO PROGRAM TODAY
July 12 - Grassland Animals
July 19 - Animals on the Farm
July 26 - Animals in the Forest
Wednesdays at 10am find us at the Fleetwood Park (333 W. Main Street, see map below)
New presenters and entertainers will be featured each week, followed by interactive stations to explore around the Fleetwood Park Playground. Restrooms available on site. Please note on July 21 we will NOT be at the park and instead will meet at Willow Run Farm (270 Hoch Road)
June 16 - Summer Quest "Tales and Tails" Kickoff with Ms. Stacy
June 23 - Turtle Dance Music: a music, bubble, and comedy show! This program is an inclusive show for all children, including children on the Autism Spectrum.
June 30 -
July 7 - Creek Conservation: Find out what's up with the creek in the park and how the Borough is working to make it beautiful again!
July 14 - All American Dinosaur Show: a paleontologist will take you on a scientific exploration highlighting the world of dinosaurs. Meet "Mr. Nixon," an eight foot Triceratops skull discovered in 1996.
July 21 - Meet us at Willow Run Farm (270 Hoch Road) for a fun farm experience with Ms. Deanne!
July 28 - Furry Tails and Tales: A play presented by the Yocum Institute for Arts Education
Every Friday Ms. Stacy will be someplace new at 10am. Come explore nature in the Fleetwood Area! Restrooms may not be available at all sites.
June 18 - Meet at the corner of N. Richmond Street and Springfield Drive (Park your car on Springfield Drive). Ms. Stacy will be exploring our creeks and wetlands in Fleetwood.
June 25 - Maidencreek Dog Park (312 Hoch Road)
July 2 - Fleetwood Reservoir (Take 662 to Houck Rd. and turn on Willow Rd.) Take a hike in the forest.
July 9 - Kirchenberg Farm (1832 Richmond Rd, Fleetwood) Tour the farm and meet their goats!
July 16 - Kirbyville Farm Market (14030 Kutztown Rd, Fleetwood) After the farm see what happens at the store!
July 23 - No 10am program. Find the library's booth at the Fleetwood Carnival from 6pm-9pm
July 30 - Andrew Maier Elementary School (355 Andrew Maier Blvd, Blandon) See Andrew Maier's new nature area.
Virtual Summer Programs
If you and your family are still practicing social distancing and limiting your exposure we will still be offering our virtual programs this summer. To gain access to all our virtual offerings please email Ms. Stacy at firstname.lastname@example.org for zoom link access and our private Facebook groups.
Ms. Stacy will go live on Zoom every Tuesday night at 6pm for a fun and interactive storytime. Be sure to get the secret code each week from Ms. Stacy to enter in your child's READsquared account to earn points. What's READsquared? Scroll down for information about our READsquared incentive program.
"Grab and Grow" - Take Home Activities
Our popular Grab and Grow Activities will continue throughout the summer. Make sure to stop by the library every week for new additions to both the kids and teen/adult Grab and Grow areas in the hallway outside the library.
Bonus! These are accessible anytime the Fleetwood Borough Community Center is open, even when the library is closed!
Our traditional Summer Reading Challenge will continue on our READsquared website and app. READsquared is an online platform where families can log each day they read to earn points. As you earn points, readers will unlock badges, educational games, and chances to win prizes. Points can also be earned by attending programs and completing activities.
To get started click here: http://fleetwoodlibrary.readsquared.com/
(Registration opens Thursday, June 10th)