Summertime fun at the Carnegie Public Library


The Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department recently had some story time fun. Here (from left to right) are Larissa, Ben, Arhyla, and Tori enjoying our dramatic play costumes. After reading stories, singing songs, reciting rhymes, and doing activities and crafts, children that attend Story Time get to play with the library’s collection of toys, including dress up costumes such as a police officer and a fairy princess.


Carnegie Public Library regulars Jolie Zink and her family, husband Justin, daughter Daphne and son Harrison, enjoy a picnic lunch in the Carnegie Youth Gardening 101 Club garden. The Youth Gardening 101 Club broke ground in May, putting in tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, watermelon, and a variety of flowers for the season. Children in the club tend to the garden, as well as learn about farmers markets, nature photography, and native bird species and habitats.


The Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department recently had some story time fun. Here (from left to right) are Larissa, Ben, Arhyla, and Tori enjoying our dramatic play costumes. After reading stories, singing songs, reciting rhymes, and doing activities and crafts, children that attend Story Time get to play with the library’s collection of toys, including dress up costumes such as a police officer and a fairy princess.

Carnegie Public Library regulars Jolie Zink and her family, husband Justin, daughter Daphne and son Harrison, enjoy a picnic lunch in the Carnegie Youth Gardening 101 Club garden. The Youth Gardening 101 Club broke ground in May, putting in tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, watermelon, and a variety of flowers for the season. Children in the club tend to the garden, as well as learn about farmers markets, nature photography, and native bird species and habitats.

The Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department recently had some story time fun. Here (from left to right) are Larissa, Ben, Arhyla, and Tori enjoying our dramatic play costumes. After reading stories, singing songs, reciting rhymes, and doing activities and crafts, children that attend Story Time get to play with the library’s collection of toys, including dress up costumes such as a police officer and a fairy princess.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_LarissaBenArhylaTori.jpgThe Carnegie Public Library Children’s Department recently had some story time fun. Here (from left to right) are Larissa, Ben, Arhyla, and Tori enjoying our dramatic play costumes. After reading stories, singing songs, reciting rhymes, and doing activities and crafts, children that attend Story Time get to play with the library’s collection of toys, including dress up costumes such as a police officer and a fairy princess.

Carnegie Public Library regulars Jolie Zink and her family, husband Justin, daughter Daphne and son Harrison, enjoy a picnic lunch in the Carnegie Youth Gardening 101 Club garden. The Youth Gardening 101 Club broke ground in May, putting in tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, watermelon, and a variety of flowers for the season. Children in the club tend to the garden, as well as learn about farmers markets, nature photography, and native bird species and habitats.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Jolie-and-Family-in-Garden.jpgCarnegie Public Library regulars Jolie Zink and her family, husband Justin, daughter Daphne and son Harrison, enjoy a picnic lunch in the Carnegie Youth Gardening 101 Club garden. The Youth Gardening 101 Club broke ground in May, putting in tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, watermelon, and a variety of flowers for the season. Children in the club tend to the garden, as well as learn about farmers markets, nature photography, and native bird species and habitats.
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