Summer reading fun is just around the corner at Ulysses Philomathic Library! Tails and Tales is an animal/nature themed adventure and we have lots of great programming to go along with it. Register in person June 28 – July 2 at our outdoor registration table for a free book or sign up online throughout the summer (link below). We’ve set a community reading goal of 500 books this summer and we are confident we can reach it! Any and all books count towards the reading goal, just head over to our digital reading log to track your progress.
Storytime with Clay
Every week between July 9 – August 13 will be capped off on Friday with a fun-filled Storytime with Clay the Librarian. These are always sure to be a blast!
Cayuga Nature Center
Educators from Cayuga Nature Center will be on-site throughout the summer teaching all about nature in our backyard and community. Thursdays at 6:00 PM.
7/8: Observation – Learn to look at nature like a scientist!
7/15: Weeds & Wildflowers
7/22: City Trees
8/12: Night-time Critters
Tanglewood Nature Center
Tanglewood Nature Center will be on-site Saturday, August 7 at 11:00 am presenting a reading of “What If You Had an Animal Tail?” by Sandra Markle. Tanglewood’s educator will bring four of their tail-tastic creatures including Hank the Red-Tailed Hawk for attendees to meet!
In order to protect our youngest and most vulnerable patrons, masks are required for all event attendees.
Registration Form– fill this out once for each person in your family who wants to sign up!
Digital Reading Log “Bookmark”– fill this out every time you want to log how many books you’ve read! It could be after every 1, 5, 10, or whatever amount is easiest for you to keep track of in between form submissions.