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   2016 Tadpole Readers       SRC K-5 2016       2016 Teen Summer Reading   
Upcoming Events
Title
Date
Saturday, December 31, 2016
Time
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Description
For children 2 yrs. and older, accompanied by a parent. Registration is required and begins on Wed., Dec. 21 at 9:30am.Put on your dancing shoes and join us for a fun story time all about New Year's Eve and parties. The ball drops at noon, instead of midnight, so even the littlest tykes don't have to miss out on all the fun!
Location
Children's Activity Room
Library
Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library

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Important Message



Beginning Monday, July 18, 2016 at 10 AM Tadpole Readers who have met or exceeded the challenge to read 300 minutes over a minimum of 25 days can collect their 2016 awards: a certificate of achievement and a small reward.

And join us for a celebration of summer reading on Tuesday, August 9 at 6:30 PM when Robert Rivest, renowned comic, mime and yoga laughter instructor brings his special brand of silly to our Library.

Tadpole Readers is a fun, easy way to develop your child's pre-reading skills while you relax together over books. It is an ideal approach for nurturing a lifelong love of reading and libraries.

Each day a child and partner read for 15 minutes or more, update this electronic log OR mark the reading record provided with your Tadpole registration and come to the Library to have our teens or staff record your reading times online.
Come to the Library, talk about a book and enter to win a book in our weekly raffle and visit the Tadpole Treasure Chest.
Beginning Monday, July 18 once you have completed reading 300 minutes of reading, come in to receive your certificate of achievement and a small reward.


The Tadpole Readers program ends Sunday, August 28, 2016.


This program is supported in part by Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the New York State Library by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services. Also supported in part by funds from the NYS Library's Family Literacy Library Services grant program, and a grant to the Southern Adirondack Library System from the Saratoga County Youth Bureau and the Office of Children and Family Services.