We are really getting into the Summer Reading Program after 3 weeks of activities,lunches and camps. Please check the schedule below and see when you can plan to attend events.
Thanks to our Summer Lunch mentors this week, they will be serving us from the La Cygne United Methodist Church, as well as a couple other community volunteers.
Monday June 18–9 AM–Monday Morning Math (STEM programming for K-5) Limit of 25 children.
10 AM–Program by Aaron Fowler–Music program for Summer Reading Theme “Libraries Rock”
11:30–Lunch in the Swan Room
1 PM–Kids’ Cookin’ with Kathy and/or Marias des Cygnes Extension Staff (Limited to 20 kids who have completed 3rd grade to 6th grade)
Tuesday June 19–10 AM–Preschool-Kindergarten Story Hour with Ms. Veda
11:30–Lunch in the Swan Room–Try IT you might LIKE IT!
3 PM–Preschool-Kindergarten Story Hour with Ms. Veda
Wednesday, June 20–9:30 to 11 AM–Author & Me (ages K-5) (limited to 20 children)
12:00 PM–Fitness Wednesday with Jeniefer Stainbrook (sponsored by Healthy Congregations grant from LUMC)
1:00 PM–Art with Ms. Veda (limited to 12 children who sign up and plan to attend all sessions)
Thursday–June 21–9:30 AM–Toddler Time with Janet
1-2 PM–Dragon Tale Writing Group for kids
6 PM–Quilting class with Marilyn Chandler
Friday–June 22–11:00 Lunch at Linn Valley Club House Basement (call Wilma for reservations)
11:30 AM–Lunch at La Cygne Library Swan Room
12:00–Free Book Friday/Take home snack bags
Please call to confirm programming before driving a distance or check our Facebook page for date changes.
Tuesday–June 5th–Hotdog, Bun, or “Try it you might like it Ribs”, Potato Salad, Watermelon, Milk
Wednesday–June 6th–Chicken Strips, Biscuit, Tater Tots, Fresh Fruit, Milk
Thursday–June 7th–Meatballs, Mac & Cheese, Fresh Fruit, Fresh Veggies, Milk
Friday–June 8th–Hamburger, Bun, Cheese, Pickles, French Fries, Carrots, Bananas, and Milk
The library once again is being a part of Swanfest by bringing in some entertainment for the whole family. The children all know Jo Ho from school and the library, and she recommended Br. John to come do interactive storytelling and music for us. It will be at 4 PM at the shelter house. No charge, come enjoy the show, then stay for the community jam session following.
10:30 AM–Join us as storyteller Priscilla Howe shares with us stories to make you laugh and listen.
11:15 Join us for the first summer lunch.
Menu for Tuesday
Hamburger, Bun, Cheese, Pickles, French fries, Carrots, Bananas, and M ilk
Museum Open House and Lunch from 11 to 1. For freewill donation come eat lunch with the folks, visit the “Streets of La Cygne” displays, then at 1 PM head across the street to the library to learn about Soda Fountains in Kansas!
Soda Fountains in Kansas
During the glory days of the soda fountain, Kansas pharmacists created tonics and curatives that evolved into refreshments like the Brown Cow, the Mudslide, and Don’t Care. Mineral springs, World War I luxury taxes, and bottled soda pop played a role in these ice cream concoctions that became a profitable sideline business. The presentation will explore soda fountains in Kansas today and the revival of soda fountains throughout the nation. Presented by Cindy Higgins.
Cindy is a journalist and Kansas historian. Sponsored by the historical society.