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Dixon Public Library Summer Reading Program

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  • 1. Dixon Public Library Presents
    • THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2011
    • “ One World Many Stories”: Ages 5 to 12 years old
    • “ You are Here”: Ages 13 to 18 years
  • 2. 408 children, ages five to eight, signed up. Their goal? To read 20 books or 2,000 pages.
  • 3. Entertainment on Thursday mornings
    • Don O’Brien Multicultural Music
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  • 5. Caddwynn the Magician
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  • 7. Henna Tatoos by Subahashini and Rahul Coburn
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  • 12. Jeremy the Juggler!
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  • 16. Nancy Chin – Chinese Lanterns
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  • 20. Crafts on Tuesday mornings
  • 21. Corn Husk dolls
  • 22. Origami
  • 23. Origami
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  • 25. Japanese Fans and Kokeshi Dolls
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  • 27. ARMCHAIR TRAVELERS: Pen Pal Program with Ontario Public Library
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  • 29. FINAL PARTY Featuring • Three local 4-H clubs • Raffle: $200 Gift Certificate to Fisk’s Cyclery • Balloon Twisting and Face Painting • Watermelon Eating Contest • Bean Bag Toss, Ring Toss, Plinko • Kidzart
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  • 43. Meanwhile the teens….
  • 44. Read ten books or 3,000 pages
  • 45. Watched International movies at the TEEN CENTER………
  • 46. And had a final party in the Library featuring HARRY POTTER
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