Summer Kids Library Workshops: Check ’em out!

This summer, Groundwork Somerville “healthy Education” programming is expanding to all three Somerville Public Libraries!  In addition to our traditional nature and gardens programming in existing camps and summer programs, I will be leading late afternoon workshops at the libraries on Tuesdays and Thursdays this summer.  This summer’s GWS library programming is free open to the public, best for youth ages five to nine and includes a snack!

At the Main Branch, “Eco-Explorers” weekly Tuesday workshops from 4-5pm will enable young residents to explore nature and wildlife in their neighborhood.  The series at the East Branch, entitled “One world, many critters” will introduce us to insects, spiders, and worms through fun activities, snacks, and games. At the West Branch, we’ll continue our strand of themed workshops connecting to the library’s “One World, Many Stories” summer focus.

Groundwork Somerville would like to thank the Friends of the Somerville Public Library for their support of this programming.  All workshops are on our calendar – we hope you’ll spread the word, stop by and bring your friends!

2010 Library Workshop Participants Show off New Seedlings!

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One Response to Summer Kids Library Workshops: Check ’em out!

  1. Evan Webster says:

    Watch out! There’s a little Vermonster in your group.

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