Children’s Summer Reading Programming

Your Library Rocks this Summer!

Reading Program

Register at the children’s service desk starting Thursday, June 7, and start earning prizes.  It does not matter what kinds of books your children read, how quickly they get through each book, or if they prefer to have a parent read to them.  All we ask is that the children in your life spend time enjoying the written word this summer – hopefully every day!


Join us for these fun events this summer.  Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.  Whenever possible, morning shows are geared towards younger children, while afternoon shows are geared for school-aged children.  However, kids of any age are welcome at either show.

Magic Morgan and Liliana—Magicians
Wednesday, June 20
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Magic Morgan & Liliana combine the art of illusion and comedy to give their audiences a program of wholesome family entertainment. Prepare to be dazzled!


Animal Quest—Live animals
Wednesday, June 27
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Animal Quest rescues animals in need and educates audiences across the Midwest. They have a wide variety of mammals, reptiles, birds, and amphibians. Ten of these animals will visit the Plymouth Public Library. Come learn about these amazing creatures! Seating available first-come-first-served.


Wednesday, July 4

No show—library closed for Independence Day


Stuart Stotts—Musician and storyteller
Wednesday, July 11
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Stuart Stotts is an award-winning singer, author, and storyteller. This program will not be short on singing, dancing, or fun.


Truly Remarkable Loon—Juggler
Wednesday, July 18
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Truly Remarkable Loon will present a comedy juggling show about books and reading and finish the dramatic performance with a plate-spinning grand finale.


Elementastic Science—Interactive Science Experiments
Wednesday, July 25
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Science is entertaining! Elementastic science will demonstrate experiments covering topics such as water, sound, air, and light. You might even be one of the lucky audience volunteers who gets to help with an experiment.


Randy Peterson—Musician
Wednesday, August 1
Two shows—10:00 am and 1:30 pm

Adults and kids alike will have a rip-roaring good time at this highly participatory musical concert.


Ice Cream Celebration
Wednesday, August 8
10:00 am –12 noon

At Stayer Junior Park, 39 S. Stafford St.

Miss Kim from the library will be at Stayer Park from 10:00 am-12 noon with free ice cream. Get your ice cream, and stay to play at the playground if you wish. Playground supervision will not be provided.