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Bug Hunters‘ host Dr Michel Dugon will be directing two summer science camps which aim to look at science through a new and youthful lens. The camps will provide a safe and encouraging atmosphere in which young scientists can get involved and experiment as real scientists do.
Right across County Westmeath, children are reading this summer in response to the Westmeath County Libraries summer reading initiative, Reach for the Stars. County librarian Paula O’Dornan has revealed that the seven branch libraries are all on course to reach their targets.
This summer, throughout the months of July and August, Castlebar Library will again run its popular Summer Reading Challenge.
A Summer Reading programme for children will take place at the library for the month of July.
Kilkenny Library Service is organising a reading challenge for children and adults this summer.
The written word remains a strong attraction to Kilkenny’s children, even with the proliferation of television, DVDs, computer consoles, laptops and other technological temptations it appears.
Children who have completed the Summer Reading Challenge in Castlebar Library are invited to a celebratory evening in Castlebar Library on Thursday September 23 at 6pm.
Castlebar Library will once again host a summer reading challenge, with this year’s theme being Space.
Looking for some magic or mystery this summer? Pop into Castlebar Library and pick up a form for the Summer Reading Challenge which will take place throughout the months of July and August and to make things even more interesting books on the reading list must have a magic or mystery theme.
This summer marks the fifth year of the Summer Reading Challenge in Westmeath. A few years ago the summer reading scheme was introduced with a new library mascot called Ruairi.