April 20, 2016

Ready, set, read!
Desert Foothills Library announces summer reading programs for kids June 1- July 31


CAVE CREEK – Readers of all ages will explore nutrition and fitness-themed activities and events this summer as the Desert Foothills Library presents “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” as their summer library program. Registration for “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” begins on
June 1. 

The 2016 Summer Reading Program is open to youth ages 0-18, with programs, prize drawings, storytimes, reading clubs, and more.  Activities include contests, foodie events, art projects, science and coding events, and more. Providing a fresh and innovative program schedule, activities encourage reading fundamentals and cultural enrichment in an inviting, social environment.

The summer reading program runs June 1 through July 31. The library is located at 38443 N. Schoolhouse Rd., in downtown Cave Creek. 

The library offers programs for families, kids and teens. Some fun family events include Preschool Storytimes, Family Lapsit for ages 1-4, a gathering with Sandy the Clown, Bubble-ology, and a fun history romp with Martha Washington.

Beginning reader activities include the Reader’s Theatre Puppet Club, Kid’s Explore Fruits and Veggies, and Learn to Code-Coding for Kids. Teens will have the opportunity to learn the Art of India Henna and participate in a special Dr. Who for Teens event.

The Desert Foothills Library invites parents to plan ahead for the summer and learn more about its expansive summer lineup. Certain programs require registration and have age stipulations. For further information, or to register, please call 480-488-2286.