Seattle Public Library’s summer youth program starts tomorrow at West Seattle’s 4 branches and citywide

June 22, 2014 7:40 pm
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Here it comes – first full week of summer, first full week of summer vacation for all the Seattle kids whose school year wrapped up last week. The Seattle Public Library summer reading program starts tomorrow:
Summer of Learning website also will have ideas for fun, hands-on science activities that can be done at home or with friends.

Children who complete and log 10 activities will receive a free day pass to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. Those who complete their activity log by Monday, Aug. 4 will be entered into a drawing for the city librarian’s popular Breakfast of Champions event. All programs are free and open to the public.

The programs will be listed at the above-linked website starting tomorrow, promises SPL. We often feature local library programs in our daily calendar-highlights list, too. Not sure where to find your nearest library branch (West Seattle has four)? Check the citywide map.

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