Library celebrates end of summer with ice cream
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Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Lillian Morgan played a bowling game at the end of the year Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Children and their families make a Pete the Cat craft during the Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Children play a large connect four game at the Poland library on Aug. 2 for the end of the summer Ice Cream Bash.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Children and their families built with blocks at the third annual Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Librarian Amanda Kollar explained a group game to the children gathered at the third annual Ice Cream bash at the Poland library.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Lillian and Madison Morgan, along with their grandma Candy Morgan, chose their ice cream flavor at the third annual Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.
By JESSICA HARKER
The Poland library hosted an end of summer reading Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.
The goal of the event, according to Amanda Kollar, a Poland librarian, is to celebrate the work all of the children did during the summer reading program.
“They are all about to start school again and so we always want to have a little fun before that happens,” Kollar said.
The library has been hosting an end of the reading program ice cream event for three years according to Kollar.
During the event, children and their families kicked off the afternoon with a group game organized by Kollar.
After that, children and their families were welcome to play a variety of games set up in stations.
The librarians set up bowling, tick-tack-toe, coloring and craft stations as well as a variety of other activities available for children to partake in.
“Every program has been great,” said Candy Morgan, who attended the event with her two grand daughters, Lillian and Madison. “They always have a lot of fun.”
During the event, the library also provided three different types of ice cream for children to eat.
To learn more about the library and upcoming events, you can go to www.libraryvisit.org.