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End of Summer Means Big Fun at the Library

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End of Summer Means Big Fun at the Library

In just four weeks, 4470 children and teens have signed up to participate and 377 programs have been held. 15,936 participants have come to Summer Reading events throughout Huntsville and Madison County.

Are YOU a reading hero?

The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is hosting the “Superhero Sendoff” to celebrate the close of the Summer Reading program at Lowe Mill on Saturday, July 18th from noon-4pm. Come dressed as your favorite hero and enjoy food from the Hot Box Food Truck and Brain Freeze, music from WZYP, crafts, games and much more! A Grand prize will be a Superhero camping gear set, complete with a Garden Family Campout gift certificate from the Huntsville Botanical Gardens. Wow! Parties will be present with real superheroes, so bring your cameras, too! This event is sponsored by Rocket City Mom & open to kids & families all over Madison County.


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Oscar Mason Library

Can’t make the Superhero Sendoff? The Oscar Mason Library is holding its annual “Oscar Mason Idol” on July 17th from 1-3pm; if anyone would like to audition for the Idol, they can simply contact Shaquila at 256-535-2249.
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Madison Library

Madison Public Library is hosting crowd favorite Animal Tales on July 24th at 3:30 pm. The show, “Animal Avengers” will feature live, exotic wildlife from all over the world that possess very unique abilities. Enhanced adaptations for sight, sound, touch, strength and movement allow these animals to overcome impossible barriers. The audience will be asked to interact with the animals through “hands-on” volunteering, question & answer and crowd participation activities. All are guaranteed an up-close and personal experience. Call Maggie or Leanna at 256-461-0046 for more information.

The Summer Reading Program is the biggest program at the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library. In just four weeks, 4470 children and teens have signed up to participate and 377 programs have been held. 15,936 participants have come to Summer Reading events throughout Huntsville and Madison County.

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The summer isn’t over yet, and we know our Super Readers are going to break reading records and beat the Summer Slide! To celebrate such amazing feats of reading, the Superhero sendoff is our way of saying “Great Job!” It’s free and open to all families. Stop by Lowe Mill and meet your Super Librarians, and enjoy an afternoon being awesome!

Superhero Sendoff Details

Date & Time: Saturday, July 18th from noon-4pm
Cost: FREE
Location: Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment (map)


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