Northern Cambria Public Library’s list of Summer Programming

The Library welcomes students and families to join us for an array of proggramming!

Programming starts the week of June 20 and ends August 6.


• Children’s Storytime (0-5 year-olds)
Tuesdays, 1-2 p.m.

We welcome families to join us for this aquatic-themed storytime program with book readings, activities and a craft! Children’s Librarian, Karen Hall, will engage children with readings, song-and-dance, and a hands-on activity. This storytime program is great for encouraging socialization and fostering early literacy skills.

• Power Up! with Adagio Health (6-10 year-olds)
11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Mon. June 20, Wed June 29, Wed July 6, Mon July 11, Wed July 20, Wed July 27, Wed Aug 3

Join us for this health and nutrition program hosted by Adagio Health. We will explore healthy eating with recipe demos/tastings, engage in physical activities, and explore at-home gardening. Other activities include sidewalk coloring projects and recurring garden lessons from Power Up. *Children under 9-years-old must be accompanied by an adult guardian.

• Games on Deck! (Tweens/Teens)
Thursdays, 1-3 p.m.

Students are welcome to join Library Director, Justin Brown, in this adventure game program!

Games on Deck! is a reading program developed for tweens and teens, that involves interactive storytelling with role-playing elements.  Utilizing “gamebooks,” this program encourages students to actively engage in literacy, risk assessment, cooperation and socialization.

Gamebooks are a type of choose-your-own-adventure story, which involves role-playing-game features, such as: readers assuming the roles of protagonists; resource management; die roles determining the success or failure of an action; character-attribute stats; and a set of basic rules/instructions to follow during play. 


Northern Cambria Public Library with be hosting the Summer Food Program again this year. Students 18 years and younger can come in for a free lunch from 1-3 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. No, sign-ups necessary; just drop in for your food!

Check back on the Website or like our Facebook page for upcoming information on start and end dates.

*Due to the USDA not extending grab-and-go waivers for the 2022 Summer Food Program, meals must be consumed on site. Lunches will be provided in the community room and can be heated with our stove if necessary.


Children/teens can sign up for our Summer Reading 2022 Challenge on Monday, June 6. Participants who complete the challenge will receive a prize at the end of summer reading!

Click on the link to follow our guide (…/summer-reading-challenge/) if this is your first time participating in the challenge. If you have used Beanstack to record hours/books in previous years, use your login information to join the challenge. Print logs will be available at the library.