Birdwell Isle’s biggest resident, Clifford the Big Red Dog, will be visiting Lovett Memorial Library on Monday, May 22nd, at 10:00 am.
Thanks to Panhandle PBS, which brought children’s media icons such as Daniel Tiger and Curious George to the library in the past several years, Clifford will be able to meet with the children of the Pampa community.
Come enjoy the last story time of the spring season that will focus on the iconic pooch’s adventures and songs!
Tonie Bolin, the Children’s Librarian at the Lovett Memorial Library, gave more information on the event.
“Kids of all ages are welcome to attend the storytime. We will read stories and sing songs,” Bolin said. “The kids can go up to Clifford and get photos with him.”
Though this may be the last story time of the season, this won’t be the end of the reading fun.
The library is getting ready for its 2023 Summer Reading Program. The theme of the program is: Reading Is Not Extinct!
Enrollment for the program begins at the library on Monday, May 22nd, and will continue throughout the summer reading event. The enrollment and reading program are free to everyone.
The 2023 Summer Reading Program schedule is as follows:
• June 5 at 10:00: Panhandle Plains Museum
• June 12 at 10:00: Douglas Family with Horses
• June 19 at 10:00: City Workers/Big Machines
• June 26 at 10:00: Reading Visitors
• July 10 at 10:00: Alibates
• July 17 at 10:00: Reading Visitors
• July 24 at 10:00: Sleeper Martial Arts
• July 30 (To Be Announced): Movie Day - Must Be Registered & Attend 1 Event
• July 31 at 10:00: Mary Poppins & Awards
Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Children must be registered to attend.
For more information about the 2023 Summer Reading Program, contact the library at (806) 669-5780 or visit 111 N Houston St.
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