Come enjoy some fun and chirp with laughter at the Newcastle Public Library with more Summer Reading Programs for children.
First, the group Rhythmically Speaking will present Antonette and Cicada on Wednesday, June 18 at 2pm. The musical play tells an Aesop Fable with a modern twist.
And, on Wednesday, June 25, at 2pm. Sugar Free Allstars will be performing Bug-aloo and Boogie, their summer program of zany children’s lyrics set to zippy music that will get children and adults alike out of their seats moving to the beat.
Visit the calendar to see all the Summer Reading Program activities.
The Children’s Summer Reading Program is part of a state-wide reading initiative developed by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and offered with the support of Sonic, Ind., America’s Drive In. Touring Children's programs in the Pioneer Library System are made possible through the support of Hitachi Computer Products (America), Inc., Oklahoma Arts Council, and Friends of the Library groups in each community.