The Adams County Library System has several homeschool events scheduled for this fall, these events will be held on Fridays at 1pm and be for homeschool children in Kindergarten thru 6th grade.
    Homeschool events in September will kick off at the Trone Memorial library on September 10th. On this day Miss Sherry and Miss Barbara will welcome participants with some fun, get to know you games and activities, which will include a scavenger hunt in the library.  On September 17th we will meet at the Gettysburg library in the children’s program room where Miss Robyn and Miss Sherry will guide participants through map reading and map making activities.
    On October 1st we will meet at Harbaugh-Thomas Library in Biglerville where Miss Sherry and Miss Robyn will lead us through a Cynthia Rylant author study.  Cynthia Rylant is most popular for Mr Putter & Tabby, Henry & Mudge and Poppleton series.  We will be sure to have a great afternoon, comparing and discussing her books.  October 8th we will meet at the Trone Memorial library in East Berlin for Fall Science activities.  This will be a hands-on science day for those who attend.  October 22 we will meet at Gettysburg Library and everyone is asked to come dressed as your favorite book character.  We will each get a chance to talk about our favorite book characters and also play Bingo to win books.
    November 5th we will be back at the Harbaugh-Thomas Library in Biglerville, where Miss Barbara and Miss Robyn will guide participants through STEAM activities.  November 12th at the Trone Memorial Library in East Berlin, Miss Sherry and Miss Barbara will talk about recycled art and we will all create some recycled art to take home.  November 19th, in Gettysburg Library Miss Robyn and Miss Sherry will talk to participants about the concept of giving.
    We do request that you pre-register for each of these programs on the events calendar of our website at www.adamslibrary.org.  Also note: Masks will be required at these programs for your safety and the safety of others.
 
In accordance with CDC guidance, the Adams County Library System requires that masks be worn by everyone attending these programs.

Sherry Feeser, ACLS Youth Services Coordinator