PHILIPSBURG – The Philipsburg Jubilee Library is hosting its Summer Program for primary students ages 7-13 years.
“If you’re looking for something sensational to do this summer for your child, enroll him or her in our summer program,” a release from the library said.
The activities that the children will be taking part in will include hiking, computer class, clay animation, arts and crafts, a number of excursions such as sailing in a glass bottom boat, visiting the fire station and much more.
The program will run from July 5-22. “You can sign up at the library for this great program. The price for the entire program is US $50 dollars for the three weeks,” the release continued.
In addition to the summer camp for kids, registration is also still open for the teen summer camp, who are ages 14 to 20. Those interested in signing up their children for one of the programs can do so by visiting the Circulation Desk at the library.
For further information contact Melackia Spencer and Maryland Powell at: 542-2970.
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