Summer Events for School-Aged Children


CONSTRUCTION ZONE BUILDING DAYS


For all ages. Children 8 years old and younger need a caregiver present. The library will provide buckets of

LEGO® 

bricks to give your imagination something with which to work. 
WEDNESDAYS AT 1:30
Performers, Presentations, Building Events, and More!
See Friends & Family Fun page or Calendar of Events for more info.

DISCOVERY DAYS! AWESOME ACTIVITIES


Presented by The Friends of Monona Public Library
Click on the Calendar of Events button to find details.

MONDAY DISCOVERY DAYS ages 8 to 18
1PM  Register. June 19, 26, July 10, 17, 24

THURSDAY DISCOVERY DAYS ages 8 to 18
3PM Register June 22, 29, July 13, 20
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S.T.E.A.M. STORIES & ACTIVITIES


for ages 4 to 8. Thursdays, June 22, 29, July 13, 20

11:30AM WISE OWLS (ages 4 to 8) Bring a bag lunch. Enjoy indoor and outdoor games and activities, such as building a fortress with recycled materials and other engineering challenges, such as edible architecture. Talk about fun books to read and check out. Register to attend. Walk-ins welcome if space permits.

JAZZ AND HIP HOP DANCE


Thursday, August 3 to August 17 from 2:45p.m. to 3:15p.m.

For Children ages 6-11. Explore the joy of music and movement while learning basic hip hop and jazz dance style and movements. Creativity, coordination, rhythm and fun! Registration required. Space is limited to 35. 
Wilson, Fall 2013

PAWS AND PAGES


3rd Monday of the Month. Pre-register.
Independent readers may register to read for 20 minutes to a specially trained Reading Education Assistance Dog. Click here to scroll through the list of events at Monona Library to find the monthly Read to a Dog program. 

Improve reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to a therapy animal. The dogs and handlers are from the Dogs on Call, Read With Me program. With the dog as an attentive audience (and an occasional gentle assist from the dog’s adult volunteer partner), children are actually teaching themselves to read out loud and readers are getting valuable practice. For the child, the reading is about the dog. No pressure. No embarrassment. No humiliation.
Monona Grove School District Parent Resources