Coming Up at the RFL


Egg-static with Birds of Vermont Museum
Tues. July 25 at 1:00 pm.
Why do birds lay eggs? How do bird eggs compare and contrast with the eggs of other animals? Explore the different conditions eggs must overcome and what adaptations promote egg survival. Participants will color their own egg to take home.
Please register in advance. Ages 5 – 10.

Read to a Dog
Thurs. July 27 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Tippy is a Certified Therapy Dog. Why read to Tippy? Because Tippy is friendly and cute and she will love anyone who reads her a story. Readers will gain confidence while they enjoy some private story time with Tippy. Tippy will gain praise and adoration.
Sign up for a slot in advance or just drop by. Ages 4 – 12.

Build a Birdhouse
Fri. July 28 at 10:30 am.

Birds need homes too! Make a birdhouse from recycled materials. Each child will decorate their own birdhouse to take home. While we’re creating, we just might read some books about our feathered friends!
Please register in advance. Ages 5 – 10.

Perler Bead Crafts
Fri. Aug. 4 at 10:30 am.
Have you tried Perler beads? By placing small colored beads onto plastic molds, all kinds of shapes, patterns, and designs are possible. Make a heart or star, a truck, a Star Wars character, or just a really cool design. An adult will fuse the beads with an iron, and everyone will go home with their creation.
Please register in advance. Ages 5 – 12.

End of Summer Reading Program Pizza & Popsicle Celebration
Fri. August 11 from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm.
Join fellow readers for games and a treasure hunt throughout the library in search of prizes, then celebrate a job well done with pizza and popsicles.
Please register in advance. For kids who read books over the summer.


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Director, Richmond Free Library
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