Summer reading going strong
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With over 180 children and young adults signed up for the Program, Summer Reading at Piedmont Public Library is busier than ever! The Library has many programs for the kids to enjoy.

Last week, the “Summer Sprouts” traveled to The Learning Farm and made their own ice cream in a bag, followed by a hands-on lesson about wheat and how it is made into all kinds of pasta.

On Thursday, guest reader Ashley Williams read to the kids about bugs and where they live. Then, they were able to color their own garden and fill it with “fingerprint bugs” using finger paints.

Friday brought fun with The Imagination Place from Gadsden. They brought balls of clay for the kids to make “pinch pots” to take home and decorate to grow their own plants in.

The fun continues at the Library every week. The Learning Farm takes place every Tuesday, story time and crafts every Thursday, and this Friday, Bill Haley from The Tennessee Aquarium will present a live animal show. Stop by the Library or call for more information, and don’t forget to check the Library out on Facebook to see all the great pictures from the program!
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