The library has 6 public access computers.
The theme of this year's summer reading program was Superheroes!
Magician Jaime O'Hara kicked off our program on Tuesday, June 2nd. He was amazing.
Our other guests included: a teacher, a soldier, Indiana Bones, storyteller Terri Alvarez, the US Border Patrol with a K-9 unit, the Jack Rabbit Flats Fire Department, and the Tularosa Police Department. These are the true superheroes.
Next summer's theme: Sports and Fitness
All children from toddlers to teens are invited to join Tularosa Public Library's Summer Reading Program and attend the fun programs and events we are planning.
These programs are free and open to all children of all abilities. An adult must stay with very young children and those
children who might need extra supervision.
The Tularosa Public Library cares about your chidren and has planned programs to keep them reading and learning all summer. By keeping track of the number of books they read over the summer, children that join the Summer Reading Program keep their brains active and enter school in the fall, ready to learn and ready to succeed. Some may even advance to a higher reading level.
We will have reading, movies, special guests, crafts and much more. For every 5 books that are read the children receive a prize. At the end of the 6-week program, we will have an award party where ribbons and larger prizes will be awarded.
The 6-week program starts in June of each summer. The days are Tuesday - Friday from 10:30am to 12pm. After each day's program, we will escort the children to Vigil Park for free lunches. Parents may pick their children up at the park after 12:00 noon.
Your donations can help make our summer programs a success.
Volunteers are welcome!