Aquatic Adventure Time

Illustrated map of a fantasy sea-side kingdom
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Wednesday, July 6 at 1:00 pm

Ages 9 & Up: Explore an uncharted aquatic world and create your own guide to help explorers find hidden riches, discover spine-chilling sea monsters, and travel the largest ocean current in the world: the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Your child will combine creative writing skills and artistic talent to create a map to a mysterious island and a hidden treasure guarded by dangerous creatures.

Watch This! Wednesday: Finding Dory

Poster: Finding Dory
Main Library
Meeting Rooms A, B & C
Wednesday, July 6 at 5:00 pm

All Ages: When an unexpected flashback causes Dory, a regal blue tang with memory loss, to recall her parents, she and her friends Marlin and Nemo set off on a journey to the Marine Institute in Morro Bay, California to find them—and to remember more of her own past. Refreshments will be served. Rated PG.

Girls of Excellence Mentoring Program

Young girl dressed up as superhero
Main Library
Conference Room
Thursday, July 7 at 11:30 am

Ages 5–19: Your child can develop strong life and leadership skills, prevent bullying, and become a positive role model with Girls of Excellence Mentoring. Each session, Executive Director Tante Vaughn will encourage girls to examine the complex issues they face through group discussion, bolster their self-esteem, and teach them how to set goals for themselves.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother reading to infant daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room B
Friday, July 8 at 10:30 am

Ages 0–5: Whether you’re looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child’s imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Ready to Read Storytime

Mother reading to infant daughter
West Branch Library
West Branch Library Meeting Room B
Friday, July 8 at 10:30 am

Ages 0–5: Whether you’re looking to bond with your little one, meet new friends, or prepare for their first day at Kindergarten, you can capture your child’s imagination at Ready to Read Storytime. At Ready to Read Storytime, your child will learn new words and sounds, practice good listening and social skills, and develop their fine-motor skills with music, dance, and songs.

Empathy Builders: Food Insecurity

Bag of groceries with staple foods
Community Locations
Pride Center of Terre Haute
630 Wabash Avenue
Saturday, July 9 at 10:30 am

Ages 0-10: Not everyone has access to fresh fruits and vegetables, but spaces like food pantries and community kitchens ensure that everyone can enjoy a decent meal. Learn more about food insecurity and the measures that can be taken to combat it with age-appropriate stories, open discussion with peers, and helpful tips and resources to keep the conversation going with your child after storytime has ended.

Empathy Builders: Food Insecurity

Bag of groceries with staple foods
Community Locations
Pride Center of Terre Haute
630 Wabash Avenue
Saturday, July 9 at 10:30 am

Ages 0-10: Not everyone has access to fresh fruits and vegetables, but spaces like food pantries and community kitchens ensure that everyone can enjoy a decent meal. Learn more about food insecurity and the measures that can be taken to combat it with age-appropriate stories, open discussion with peers, and helpful tips and resources to keep the conversation going with your child after storytime has ended.

Empathy Builders: Food Insecurity

Bag of groceries with staple foods
Community Locations
Pride Center of Terre Haute
630 Wabash Avenue
Saturday, July 9 at 10:30 am

Ages 0-10: Not everyone has access to fresh fruits and vegetables, but spaces like food pantries and community kitchens ensure that everyone can enjoy a decent meal. Learn more about food insecurity and the measures that can be taken to combat it with age-appropriate stories, open discussion with peers, and helpful tips and resources to keep the conversation going with your child after storytime has ended.

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