OSWEGO BOOKMOBILE RELEASES 2018 SUMMER SCHEDULE
Contact: Theresa Slosek~ email@example.com 845-746-6222
Rock your summer with Oswego Bookmobile! Summer readers are sure to enjoy a good book when Oswego Bookmobile drives into their neighborhoods this summer. The Bookmobile program begins on July 2, 2018 and ends on August 17, 2018. The program runs four days a week:
Mondays: Wine Creek Apartments, Hamilton Homes, Fort Ontario Pool, East Park
Tuesdays: Kingsford Park School, Oswego High School at Buc Boulevard, Breitbeck Park, West Park
Wednesdays: Maiden Lane Trailer Park, Hillcrest Trailer Park, Hill Top Trailer Park, Fitzhugh Park School
Fridays: SUNY Oswego Children’s Center, Little Lukes, Oak Hill Park, Scriba Town Park
The theme for 2018 is Libraries Rock!
Week One: A Good Book is Music to my Ears
Week Two: Don’t Get Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Read!
Week Three: Shake, Rattle, and Read
Week Four: Get in the Groove With a Good Book
Week Five: Be a Rock Star and Read
Week Six: “Coding It Out” with a Good Book
Week Seven: Blow Off Some STEAM with a Great Book
The Bookmobile has a fantastic selection of new, popular books. Children up to 18 years of age receive a free book and a healthy snack each time they visit the Bookmobile. Literacy specialists help children choose books they can read independently. A pre-k specialist is also on board to help parents find books for visitors under the age of 5.
Oswego Bookmobile also participates in community events, such as the Lions Club River’s Edge Craft Show on June 10, Oswego 4th of July parade, Oswego Federal Credit Union’s Movies in the Park on June 27 for Coco and August 22 for Moana, Oswego Farmers’ Markets On July 5, July 19, and August 9, and Harborfest Children’s Park on July 27 and 28.
Oswego Bookmobile brings its summer literacy program to neighborhoods in partnership with Oswego City School District, Oswego Public Library, Little Lukes, and SUNY Oswego. Oswego Bookmobile is able to offer its literacy program thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers and with funding from many grant giving organizations, local businesses, corporate donors, and donations from citizens who support literacy in our community.