Library visitors Ava Lackas and Ayla Garvey had a fun time during the Campbellsport Public Library's annual Bunny Bash program held March 18.
? Bake Sale April 2: The Campbellsport Public Library will be holding an "Election Day Bake Sale" on Tuesday, April 2. Library supporters are asked to drop off homemade ready to sell treats on Monday, April 1 or early on Tuesday, April 2.
? Movie April 3: The library will be hosting a free showing of "Rise of the Guardians" on Wednesday, April 3 at 4 p.m. When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs and imagination of children all over the world.
This is a free program and registration is not required. This film is rated "PG".
Children under the age of 9 will need to with an adult or a babysitter. Free popcorn will be handed out. The movie will end around 5:40 p.m.
? Storytime April 3: Every Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m., the library invites preschoolers to join us for stories, a game, and to make a craft. This is a free drop-in program.
? Culver's Coloring Contest: Children ages 11 and under are invited to participate in the Annual Culver's Coloring Contest through the Campbellsport Public Library. Children should come to the library to pick up an entry form. Participants are encouraged to draw a picture about their favorite book on the form. The pictures can be about a character, event, or scene in the book.
Please return the drawing to the library to receive a certificate for a free single scoop of Culver's frozen custard in a cake cone or dish to redeem at your participating neighborhood Culver's. This program will run throughout the month of April.
? Tales to Tails April 8: The Campbellsport Public Library's Tales to Tails program continues on Monday, April 8. This program gives beginner readers the chance to read to a therapy dog. Studies have shown that reading aloud to dogs helps put a child at ease. Kids benefit from the dog's patience, acceptance and comforting presence while they practice reading and build skills.
This program is becoming so popular we have invited a second therapy dog to come and listen to the children read. There are a few open time slots for reading to Maya-Roo. If you would like your child to participate in this program, registration is necessary. You can call the library or e-mail us to sign-up.
? Drop-in Walker Program April 19: The library is starting a new free weekly drop-in program on Friday, April 19. Walkers of all ages and abilities are invited to meet at the library every Friday morning at 8 a.m. to go on a 30-minute walk around the Village of Campbellsport.
The American Heart Association confirms that regularly walking briskly for 30 minutes has unlimited health benefits. They claim if you walk with others it can keep you motived, improve your accountability and help you meet new people with similar goals. See their website at http://www.heart.org for a full list of advantages of walking with others. Participants of this program will be asked to sign a waiver of liability.
? Movie April 29: On Monday, April 29, the library will be showing "Lincoln" at 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. This is a free drop in program.
If you have any questions about any library program or service call 533-8534; or e-mail email@example.com. You can also find more information about our programs on our website at www.campbellsportlibrary.org or on our Facebook page at Campbellsport Public Library. The Campbellsport Public Library is located at 220 N. Helena St.
The library is open Mon 9-8; Tues, Wed, Fri 9-6; Thurs & Sun closed; and Sat 9-noon.