Stuffed animal sleepover at library next Tuesday

Next Tuesday, June 16, is one of the most popular events of the summer for our younger patrons.

It’s the annual stuffed animal sleepover, when you bring your stuffed friends to the library at 6 p.m. to enjoy a fun storytime with you and then you leave them behind to spend the night. If you don’t want to leave your friend behind, that’s OK, too. We’ll see what kind of trouble the animals get into this year after you go home and the library is closed.

In past years, they have done a lot of climbing and getting into places they shouldn’t. They’ve also been known to make photocopies of their butts. Sometimes they check out books to themselves. You never know what will happen until the big night.

Summer Reading Program

This year’s free Summer Reading Program is underway, running until July 31 — but it is not too late for you to sign up. Register at your library or online at http://pagosa.colibraries.org/.

Summer reading activities are open to everyone from babies to adults. Also, summer reading participants should mark their calendars for a free, all-ages closing party on July 31 starting at 5:30 p.m.

Detailed summer reading schedules are available at the library. We urge you to pick them up and keep them handy so you don’t miss any of these free, fun events.

Also, reading logs are now available. You do not have to be registered with the Summer Reading Program to participate.

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This story was posted on June 11, 2015.