Pine Library Summer Youth Programs

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The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library is offering a variety of programs for young people during the month of June.

Preschool Story Time, for ages 2-5, is every Wednesday from 10:15 a.m. to 11 a.m.

June Movie Madness features fun children's movies every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library Youth Theater needs volunteer actors and actresses, teens and adults, for a one-act children's play titled "How Reading Came Back to Nowhere." It is a fun comedy and will be performed in July for the Summer Reading Program. Anyone who would like to be in the play, see Sandy Carver, youth program coordinator, at the library; or call (928) 476-3678.

A special program is planned for teens and there are 100 new young adult books for teens.

Juniors are invited to check out a whole new series of "Pirates of the Caribbean" chapter books, including "The Pirates of the Caribbean Complete Visual Guide."

Teen artists are invited to submit their work for display at Isabelle Hunt Memorial Public Library.

Teens also have up to four chances to win Arizona Diamondbacks baseball tickets by answering questions in the Grand Slam Teen Trivia Contest. Each week in June, 10 questions will be posted at the library. Answers may be looked up in reference books.

Beginning July 10 is a summer reading program for ages 5-12. This year's theme is "Get a Clue at Your Library." The program is every Tuesday in July from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Preregister for the summer reading program at the Pine library anytime in June.

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