Cannon Free Library
2020 Summer Reading Program
Program: July 1st – August 14th
Completion requirements: Achieve your personal reading goal, and turn in your reading logs by August 14th. Earn prizes, including a new book!
TOWNWIDE SCAVENGER HUNT(s): Follow the clues to various Delhi buildings, and learn about classic books along the way. Earn a prize. Download the clue sheet from your CannonLibraryNews email or come to the library to pick up a sheet. Call the library (607-746-2662) or send an email to di.Mary@4cls.org to be added to the email information list.
INCENTIVE GAME BOARD: Looks a lot like BINGO! but here, you fill in your board after reading books on suggested themes. Fill in the squares for prizes, like books, toys, or summer snack treats.
Weekly Virtual Storytime
Read & Share for kids ages 3-8 (ish)
Wednesdays in July, 12:30pm
Join Youth Librarian Ms. Mary for a story or two, and then, any willing children are invited to share or “show and tell.” Click to join the 12:30pm Storytime on Wednesdays!
Virtual Ukulele Workshop
Two Thursdays: July 23 and July 30, 10am
Join Sarah Wake from the Delaware Academy Ukulele Club for the second ukulele session via Zoom. If you are a beginner or just want to refresh your strumming skills and join a community of uke players, this is the class for you! Sarah will teach some basic chords and fun songs.
Here is the Zoom link to the workshop, which will be held on July 30: https://zoom.us/j/91354481236?pwd=M0N0TG8zd0F2K0JRMWsxUjlFcDJjdz09
Virtual Songs and Storytelling
Thursday, August 13, 10:30
In her lively, participatory program, Story Laurie invites listeners to “howl at the moon, shake and shimmy in the sun, and join together for fun, fun, fun!” Sing along, listen to Laurie’s stories, and get inspired to voice your own story and unique imagination!
Look for the Zoom link.
We hope that we’ll be able to hold some outdoor art, music or movement sessions in August, please keep checking in to stay up to date.
SUMMER MEALS AT DELAWARE ACADEMY
Cannon Library will NOT be a meal site this year. Instead, the DA school district will be providing breakfast and lunch meals Monday through Friday, with pickups on Monday and Wednesday. The district will be considered an open site, so anyone who came to the library for lunch last year can come to the school. If you would like to pick up meals for your children, please let program director Christine Miller know in advance so that she can plan accordingly. If you have any questions or would like to arrange breakfast or lunch pickup, you can email Ms. Miller at email@example.com.