We’re Thinking “Outside the Library” for Programs This Season!

The librarians from Winters-Bellbrook Community Library and staff from the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District have been busy, working together to plan fun and educational programs for the upcoming months.

Kids will enjoy Stories in the Park, held at Magee Park in June and July. They’ll learn about wildlife at A Universe of Sharks, held at the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Park District Community Center, and Falcons in Flight at Sackett-Wright Park, both in July.

Adults can participate in the Walk and Talk Book Club from May through October where a librarian will lead the book discussion and park staff will guide the group through the trails at Sweet Arrow Reserve.

In July, all ages can enjoy Stargazing—to the Moon at the Community Center, and in August, Stargazing—Explore the Summer Sky at Washington Mill Park.

Watch for more ways to get outside and enjoy the fun opportunities offered by the library and the Park District!

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