The Weyauwega Public Library will kick off its Summer Reading Program at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 6 with its annual ice cream social.
The ice cream social will be the culmination of the library’s 100th anniversary celebration.
It will include free ice cream sundaes, music by the Neenah City Band and a tribute to Anita Romen, who was the library’s longest serving librarian.
“Dig Into Reading” is the theme of this summer’s reading program.
The library will offer programs, crafts and activities throughout the summer.
Performers will include Lynn Marcks of the nIc Foundation, Juggler/storyteller Chris Fascione, Zoomalata Magic, Mad Science Summer with Jim Birkel and Radical Reptiles with Stephanie Feuerstein.
Special events will includ a chess tournament, Family Night Shark Party, water carnival, art show and Wii party.
Free books and many prizes will be given away during the program.
The 2013 Summer Reading Program is open to anyone through grade 12.
Registration will begin on Monday June 3, and the program will end on Thursday, Aug. 15.
Visit the library to receive a registration packets.
All the events are free and will be held at the library.
Also coming up at the library is Story Time at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 29.
The theme will be music. Those who attend will listen to stories and make a tambourine Children of all ages are invited.
Parents may also sign their children up for the library’s new program, “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.”
For more information about any of the programs, visit the library or call is at 920-867-3742.