Pima County Public Library: It’s Summer Study Time

May 26, 2021

(Tucson, AZ) Summer Learning opens a new window –Imagine our story– starts on Saturday, May 29th from 1pm to 3pm A new window will open with an event with the author and meditation guide Rebekah Borucki. Sponsored by the library’s Kindred team, the event includes a Q&A with the author, a reading from the book Zara’s Big Messy Day (which turned out to be okay), a new window, and a brief meditation. The event is hosted on GoToWebinar. Pre-registration required, opens a new window.

This year’s program includes lots of fun things for kids, teens and tweens! For more information on any of the following programs, click the links or Visit the Summer Learning page and open a new window on our website.

From Tuesday June 1stStop by a library to find a reading tracker. Aim for 20 minutes of reading a day.

Pick up one Arizona State Parks Voucheras long as stocks last in every library. The voucher can be used for free entry for children (2 to 14 years of age) accompanied by a paid entry for adults.

Pick up a book from the library while supplies last from Tuesday, June 1st.

What are you doing creative this summer? What did you experience in the last year? What do you imagine and do you plan for the future?

Tweens and teens are invited Share art, photos, stories, audio and video. Check out one (or all) of these Workshops to support tweens and teens when completing projects:

Teens ages 14-18 are encouraged to join this writing group. You will open a new window supported by Marge Pellegrino– This summer’s Writer in Residence opens a new window

Teenagers ages 14-18 can volunteer and open a new window where they can collaborate with other teenagers and mentors from librarians meaningful projects from home.

Although personal programs are still paused, the library has Events to enjoy from home! These events are presented in collaboration with the Children’s Museum, Reid Park Zoo, Pima County Natural Resources Park and Recreation, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, among others.

The library wants to help tweens and teens get involved in the community. Check out this blog series, open a new window highlighting the possibilities of summer art, including the Tucson Museum of Art, open a new window, the youth center at Literacy Connects, open a new window, and more more!

This press release was produced by the Pima County Public Library. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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