From the Woburn Public Library staff:
“Dream Big—Read!” is the Woburn Public Library summer reading program theme this year. What dreams do you have? Would you like to be an astronaut? Ride horses? Fix cars? This theme focuses on the idea that you can be whoever you want to be. So point yourself in whatever direction you choose, and visit the library for books and other materials to get you there!
On Tuesday evening, June 26, at 7:00 p.m., visit the library in your pajamas for treats and stories as part of our weekly Pajama Storytime. Children 4 and older are invited to listen to Children’s Librarian Cynthia Fordham and volunteer Mikayla Essigmann read from a wide variety of books. Bring your library card to borrow books to read at home, too!
Have some old CDs you don’t use any more? Even if you don’t, come to our Recycled CD craft on Wednesday, June 27 from 10:00—11:00 a.m.; we have plenty of CDs you can use. We will make suncatchers using the CDs and a multitude of decorations, from beads to sequins to buttons. You can use some fishing line to hang your creations in your window, or your yard, where you can enjoy the sparkle all summer long!
There will be no library activities in the Children’s Room during the week of July 2-6.
These events are handicapped accessible. If accommodations are required, please call the library at 781-933-0148 for further information.