Summer Programming at the Royal Oak Public Library
Whether you homeschool year-round or keep a more traditional schedule, homeschoolers love a good trip to the library. Just in case you need an excuse, here are some highlights of the summer programming at the Royal Oak Public Library:
June 19th at 7PM: Backyard Butterflies: Find out more about butterflies, their lifecycles and habitats, and how to invite them into your garden in this interactive program that will include live caterpillars and butterflies. Presented by Tamara Menas of Liberty School Butterfly Farm and Gardens.
June 25: Suzuki Music: Come for an evening of student playing demonstrations and an instrument “petting zoo” for the entire family. Learn more about the Suzuki method, hear student performances and introduce your child to a musical instrument! Presented by Suzuki Royal Oak Institute of Music.
June 27: Junior Theater & Taste of Theater: Children explore the world of theater while learning to speak and move onstage. They will get into different characters and act out a short scene. Two separate programs offered by Jacqueline Murphy.
July 6: Outer Space Adventure: Venture into the Solar System with activities, crafts, and stories that get you dreaming of outer space adventures.
July 18 at 4:30: Kid’s Book Discussion Club: Lemonade Wars by Jacqueline Davis. Light snack provided.
July 20: Summer Science Festival: Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum brings a variety of activities to try, test, and explore. Try everything or concentrate on a few favorites, but don’t miss this opportunity for hands-on science.
This is just a handful of the wonderful programs they are offering this summer. Please visit the Royal Oak Public Library website for more information about other programs and how to register.