Lancaster Public Library's Summer Reading Program is offering a variety of programs designed to be fun, engaging, and educational, all while prioritizing reading as a daily activity that can help prevent the "summer slide."
As part of the program, Family Makerfest will be hosted by the Youth Services Department of Lancaster Public Library on Saturday, July 21, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the library, 125 N. Duke St., Lancaster. The community is encouraged to attend and browse the creations of local children and families. There will be equipment demonstrations by make717.
Children, teenagers, and families working as individuals, in pairs, or as family units are invited to exhibit at Family Makerfest. Organizers invite project submissions and anticipate accepting proposals of crafts, woodworking, art, music, and more. Makers should be prepared to discuss and/or demonstrate what they have made and answer questions from Makerfest visitors.
The registration deadline is Monday, July 2, at 8 p.m. To register, readers may visit the Youth Services Desk at the Lancaster City Branch Library. Readers with questions may contact the Youth Services Desk at 717-394-2651, ext. 124, or email@example.com.
For more information on the Summer Reading Program, readers may visit http://www.LancasterPublicLibrary.org/2018-summer-reading-program.