Kids line up to test their designs for the “Great Egg Drop Contest” July 24 at the Terrace Public Library.

Children enjoy variety of activities at library summer programs

From watching jugglers to making books, the young people and library staff and volunteers kept busy

The Terrace Public Library’s Summer Reading Club welcomed 219 children, ages 3-11, who read 3,036 books this summer.

That’s the highest number of children participating since 2012.

Sixteen teen volunteers helped with programs.


Kids show off their wearable-cardboard designs July 31 at the Terrace Public Library. From left, Bella Bernard, Rafael Laman, Amber Beck and Kaylyn Braam.

Kids explore Ozobots, which are programmable robots, at a special visit from the HR MacMillan Space Centre July 14 at the Terrace Public Library.

Lyndsay Louie shows off her favourite page from the “Book Makers,” NorthWords Creative Writers Kids Camp, Aug 8-11.

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