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6/22/2009 - 2009 Agawam Public Library Summer Reading Program Schedule

Read, Relax, Review 2009!!!

Join Agawam Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program (18 and over).

Reading begins June 22 and continues through August 14.



Read or listen to a book checked out from the Agawam Library.                                  Fill out a Review Slip - Place it under the palm tree on the Fiction Kiosk.  (Review Slips will be posted each week near the Kiosk.)  Completed Review Slips will be drawn in a raffle at 5:00, on August 17th, for prize bags worth $20-25! The more you read the more chances you have of winning one of 20 prizes!


The First 20 readers who submit 5 Completed review slips receive a free SRP 2009 recycled tote bag!




Summer Programs—Receive a free raffle ticket for each one of these programs you attend!

Sign up at the Information Desk or call 789-1550 Ext. 109


June 23     6:30 The Titanic—A Voyage into History presented by Titanic Historian Denise Vanaria  

June 26     7:00 Adult Drop-In Beginner’s Yoga with an instructor from the Westfield Yoga Center.

July 1         7:00 Ghost Science with Dave Manch—Investigator with New England Paranormal

July 6         1:00  6-Week Creative Writing Class Begins with Author Mike Aloisi

                   (Mondays: July 6, 13, 20, 27,  August 3, 10 —See additional info sheet for topics.)

July 10      10:30  Monet’s Magic Garden– pastel instruction with Artist Gregory Maicheck

July 14      7:00 Meet Author Janina Stankiewicz Chung—author of Far East of the Sun.

July 21      7:00  Introduction to Bees and Beekeeping with Dan Conlon of Warm Colors Apiary

July 28      12:30  Brown Bag Concert with Vin Cassotta featuring the Trumpet on Broadway

Aug. 3       7:00 “Angel on My Shoulder” My Life with A Pit Bull Terrier with Jolene Mercadante

Aug. 12     7:00 Summer’s End Reading — Readings by Creative Writing Class students




Sit & Knit Adult Drop-In Knitting Group meets every Tuesday from 1:00-3:00


“Read, Relax, Review 2009” is sponsored by the Agawam Center Library Association.