Dig into reading at library this summer

Readers of all ages can explore our underground theme this summer as the Hancock Town Library presents “Dig into Reading!”

This summer’s theme is all about things beneath our feet -- our vast natural resources, the archaeological clues to our past, the fossil record, the animals that live there, the natural wonder of caves and human-made tunnels, the world of myths and fantasy about fairies, elves, trolls and more.

The summer reading program is free and open to children of all abilities, babies through young adult, with programs, prize drawings, story hours, and more.

Families are invited to join the Read-to Me-portion of the program. Save the date for our finale program, Aug. 9, with a performance by Cold River Ranters, Dig into Roots music concert at 7 p.m.

Stop in the library to pick up a flyer of summer events and a registration packet. For more information, call Rennie Timm, children’s librarian, at 525-4411.

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