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Know It Now!
Tots to Teens and Young Adults
Our childrens librarian's makes it fun for pre-schoolers to learn with inventive programs throughout the year. Stories, songs, fingerplays, puppets, crafts, felt board activities and more, help begin the life-long learning process for 3 through 5 year olds.
The Theme for Summer 2014: "Fizz Boom Read!" for children and "Spark a Reaction!" for teen
"Fizz Boom Read!" is this years Summer Reading Program at the Oak Hill Public Library. Readers of all ages will explore all types of Science as the Oak Hill Public Library presents "Fizz Boom Read!" during their summer reading program. Activities may include programs on Science, What's on your Plate?, Smart Art, 30 Wonderous Weather Techno-Time, Parts, Robots, and more. A combined Carnival will be held for the final program for all that participated in the Summer Reading Program. The 2014 Summer Reading Program is open to all young people, preschool through high school seniors, with programs, prize drawing, story hours and more. Registration for "Fizz Boom Read!" will be held on Friday, June 6th at 1:00 p.m. with an appearance from Ronald McDonald. Summer Reading will run throughout June and July with children ages 3-5 years old held on Mondays at 1:00 p.m. and ages 6-10 years old held at 3:00 p.m. on Monday. Tweens and teens ages 11 and up will be held on Fridays at 1:00 p.m.. for more information, call the Library at (740)682-6457, visit our website, or visit the Oak Hill Public Library Facebook Page ALL PROGRAMS ARE FREE OF CHARGE. Come and join the FUN! Special Guest Comedy Juggler, Matt Jergens will be on Monday, July 21st at 1:00 p.m. FOR ALL AGES.
The goals for summer reading are to motivate children to read, develop positive attitudes about reading and books, enable children to maintain their reading skills during summer vacation, encourage regular library use, attract new users to the library, and offer experiences through which children can learn to work cooperatively.
Fun with counting, spelling, math, geography and other educational topics is available through games on computers for children from the very young through teenage. Toys, crayons, markers, colored pencils, color sheets and games are also provided for use in the library.
The library holds many titles of award winning books such as Newbery, Caldecott, Coretta Scott King and others.
Library tours for pre-school and elementary school groups or other groups such as scouts, 4-H Clubs, etc. can be arranged by calling the library. The children's librarian will also read to visiting groups or make school visits to read to classes at request from teachers.
The organization of a teen advisory board, Keep Educating Youth (KEY), for the library has been an exciting and rewarding project. The enthusiastic members help with year-round library programs and encourage library use by the community. Some of the programs are Valentine Making, a Poetry Cafe (for the teen board), a Poetry Celebration for the community, Pumpkin Painting, the Fall fun hour, and Christmas caroling. As they help, each member accumulates points for rewards such as pins, shirts, w/KEY logo, books, and more. Community service hours can be earned for helping with these library programs.
A Fall Fun Hour is held each October during which the Library is filled with strange and fantastic characters who hear eerie tales, play games, win prizes, watch skits, and have a "fear-full" good time.


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