Fun and games at the library
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
DEXTER STATESMAN/Josh Ayers
It was fun and games at Keller Public Library during the summer reading program. Marsha Lovelady along with the Dexter Parks And Recreation Department were on hand to provide stories, games and goodies to the kids in attendance. This year's summer reading program theme is space.
Lovelady reads the book â€œWhat if Everybody did Thatâ€ to the kids
kids in attendance were given frisbees, crayons, a pencil and water
bottle from the Dexter Parks and Recreation Department.
Rowe with the Dexter Parks and Recreation Department holds up a
coloring sheet that was handed out to the kids. If they color it and
drop it off at the Parks and Recreation Department office at East
Park, they will receive a free pass to the Dexter Aquatic Center.
Edwards tries her hand at the moon shoes. These are meant to
simulate walking on the moon.
Owens tries the moon shoes as part of the â€œastronaut trainingâ€
behind the library.
Marshall fires a paper airplane through the opening in the â€œDeath
Goldschmidt folds a paper airplane so he can take his shot at the
Banken tries out the moon shoes.
station was set up for the kids to solve mazes as well.
Delay took a brief break from looking for the Star Wars characters at
the library to smile at the camera.
Holden throws a paper airplane at the opening in the â€œDeath Starâ€
held by Goldschmidt.
Rowe with the Dexter Parks and Recreation Department helps the kids
with the Saturn ring toss.
Librarian Bree Goldschmidt shows kids how to perform the â€œlight
Lovelady helps his grandson Canaan Lovelady figure out the moon