This program for elementary-age children and their families connects kids to a universe of stories: campfire stories, astronomy stories, historic stories, and more! Join Miss Jacqui and her guests to be wowed and inspired by humanity, the universe, and the interactions between the two. Please note, due to summer’s late sunsets, the program time varies week to week. Also, several of the programs are weather-dependent. Stay up to date with Wright Library programs by liking us on social media.
6/3: Campfire. 8pm-10pm.
6/10: “Families of all ages are invited to view the moon on Monday, June 10, 9-10pm in Katharine Wright Park (behind Wright Library). Volunteers from the Miami Valley Astronomical Society will guide everybody in viewing the moon through telescopes while Miss Jacqui will shares stories and lore of the June moon. Free and open to all. No registration required. Program weather permitting”
6/17: Campfire. 8pm-10pm.
6/24: Kurtz Miller speaks about the 1969 moon landing. 9pm-10pm.
7/8: Campfire. 8pm-10pm.
7/15 : Campfire 8pm- 10pm.
7/22: Campfire 8pm-10pm.
7/29: Campfire. 8pm-10pm.