2019 Summer Program -
Friday programs are 12 noon–2:00 pm and includes lunch and a snack
We’re excited to begin our 10th year of fun summer programming for children entering first through fifth grade. They must be checked in each week and pickup by an adult. Our program has changed a bit this year and will now meet on Friday afternoons, but one thing remains the same: there will be so many fun things planned – you don’t want to miss a day! Movies in the Park will now be every Saturday night (at dusk) starting on Saturday, June 15th. Concessions will be available.
Summer Fun starts Friday, June 21st at 12 noon
June 21 – Who You Count On
June 28 – Everyday Community Heroes-
July 12 – Everyday Community Heroes-
July 19 – I’m a Hero
July 26 – Heroes Serve
August 2 – Heroes are Also Friends
OUR PAST YEARS
2017 Summer Reading & Recreation Program Theme:
"Build A Better World... the Path to Change"
Day Camps were held Monday mornings and Friday afternoons through-
2016 Summer Reading & Recreation Program Theme:
"Reading is Where the Story Begins"
2015 Summer Program Theme:
"This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land" The 2015 program was jam packed with American History! Much fun was had by all!
2014 Summer Daycamp Theme:
"Time Flies When You Are Having Fun."
Our Summer Program for 2014 was amazing! We averaged 160-
A special thank you to Marion Polk Food Share for providing additional food and snacks, and the Boys & Girls Club for providing free backpacks and school supplies.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE SUPPORTED AND BEEN PART OF MAKING MEMORIES FOR OUR KIDS!!
We did "time travel" to the time of dinosaurs, the Egyptian pyramids, become knights and ladies of the Round Table, raft-
In 2013 our theme was "Its a Small World." We traveled the world and learned about reptiles (a 13 ft snake, land tortoises, lizards); what it was like to serve during World War II; the Asian art of Orgami; and we went "down under" to learn how to throw a boomerang. We learned about space travel and airplanes; recycling and "green" gardening; and the living conditions in Africa. We laughed, we read, we ran, we fell down, we discovered things we did not know, made new friends and learned about the world around us.