Noble Public Library
Last Updated on Friday, 24 January 2014 13:30
The Noble Public Library is inviting children and families to dig into its 2013 Summer Reading Program.
Two months of activities get started Monday, June 3, as “the Noise Guy,” Charlie Williams, brings his wacky act to the library for a program beginning at 10 a.m. in the Coman Culbert Community Room of the library, 204 N. 5th St.
Following Williams’ performance, staff will begin signing participants up for their reading goals for this summer, as well as providing schedules and other information about all the activities planned for the summer at the library and around the Pioneer Library System.
Williams invites children to “Eat My Dust!” this summer as he brings a program about all things dirty and loud.
“We’re focusing on dirty, things like nitty gritty trucks, dirt bikes, those kinds of sounds,” Williams said.
The Noise Guy got his start from a young age, when making his funny noises may not have been the best thing.
“I was noticing an unusual amount of parent teacher conferences, and I would get in a lot of trouble at school,” he admitted. “Teachers would say ‘if you redirect that into something positive, you would be ok.’”
This year’s Summer Reading Program is presented with the support of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Oklahoma Arts Council, Hitachi Computer Products of America, The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, Sonic, Kirkpatrick Family Fund, the Pioneer Library System Foundation and Friends of the Library groups throughout the Pioneer Library System.
Find out more about all the programs and services at the library by calling 872-5713