Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Readers of all ages will explore all things underground this summer as the Cloquet Public Library presents “Dig into Reading” during the library’s summer reading program. Activities will include a program on dinosaurs by the St. Paul Science Museum, a visit from the Zoomobile, how to grow a garden with Sydney’s Green Garden of Duluth, how to make a Worm Motel, Gopher Games, Dirt Detectives, nature story times  and much more.
Children will be able to boost their reading skills by participating in our annual Summer Reading Challenge. All children are eligible, and preschoolers will receive credit for books read aloud to them. Children will read at their own reading levels and receive incentives along the way. Participants can register online by going to the library’s website ( or by filling out a reading log.
Additional fun will include a scavenger hunt, “Where’s Jeffrey?” and a Kids’ Game Card with drawings for prizes. For more information, pick up a flyer at the library starting in mid-May or look for a library representative to visit your school in May. Every child who registers for the reading challenge will receive a free packet of information and fun activity items. The program officially begins in early June after school gets out for the summer. For more information, call 879-1531.

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