Read 500 pages or for nonreaders have 25 books read to them to meet the summer reading goal and recieve an coupon for a single scoop of vanilla custard, name in the drawing for the pize of your choice, free item from the Library book sale, and a certificate of completion. Once the summer goals have been reached kids can spin the wheel for more reading rewards. Kids can sign up any time during the summer program which begins June 1 and lasts until the closing Summer Reading Event August 8.
Kids do not have to sign up for Summer Reading to participate in the weekly programs.
Mondays: Art Mondays @ 10:15
Tuesdays: Science and Technology @ 1:30
Wednesdays: Family Movies @ 1:30
The Art and Science and Technology programs are geared for school age children.
Maker Space Program:
Begining June 22 - August 11
This is a drop in program with various activities set up. Thursdays 3-6 PM and on Fridays 10-4.
Thursdays at 10:15.
Bruce the Bug Guy Thursday, July 6 @ 10:15 AM
Traveling Lanterns Theater Co. Thursday, July 20 @ 10:00 AM
Summer Reading Closing Party: Tuesday, August 8 @ 1:30 PM
Join us Thursdays at 10:15 for story time! Each week features a new theme and a craft which are geared towards developing your child's pre-reading skills. Story time is geared towards kids ages 2-5, but many older and younger siblings come each week. Children can bring in a favorite item to share and they can also dress up according to each week's theme
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a program for kids age 0-6 whose goal is to help you and your child get ready for kindergarten by reading! Any book read to your child counts towards our goal of 1000 books. It could be read here at storytime, at home, at preschool, with mom or dad, grandma or grandpa. Really any book that is read to your child counts! The purpose of the program is to help your child gain the skills they will need in order to learn how to read when they enter kindergarten.
How it works:
- Come in to the library to sign up and recieve your information sheet and reading log
- Take books home to read with your child, marking your reading log for each book you read
- When you have read your first 100 books, bring your child and his/her reading log in to get a stamp and to put a book worm on our "Woodville Bookworms" wall
- For every additional 100 books you read come into the library with your child and his/her reading log to get a stamp and to continue moving their bookworm towards 1000 Books.
- When you have completed all 1000 books your child will recieve a hardcover book to keep. They will also be photographed as a "Bookworm of Fame".
If you would like more information about what else you can do to get your child ready to read in kindergarten, please stop in and ask. We would love to help.
Don't think you can do it? If you read just one book before bed for three years you will have read over 1000 books!
Monthly Book Club
Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty
Join us Wednesday, May 31th at 11:00 at the library for our Book Club discussion.
Book Club Picks for 2010
Book Club Picks for 2011
Book Club Picks for 2012
Book Club Picks for 2013
Book Club Picks for 2014
Book Club Picks for 2015
Mah Jongg Club
Come to play or learn this fun game! The Woodville Mah Jongg Club is an adult social group, and meets on Mondays at 12:30 in the afternoon. The Maj Jongg group is taking a break this winter and will reconvene in March. Members are willing to give individual instrustion during the winter months if you are interested in learning to play. Call the library for information.
Career and Employment Consulting
A Job Service representative visits the library the first Wednesday of each month from 12:30-2:30 pm for individual appointments to assist area residents with employment-related questions. Contact Aracely Olguin at 715-821-0053 to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins are accepted, but you may wish to call the library at 698-2430 to ensure that Aracely will be on-site on the day you choose.