An exciting summer full of programs, events, and reading awaits you at the library and in the community. Visit our calendar for a complete listing or pick up a print copy at the library.
No summer would be complete without our sponsors. Sponsors donate money, goods, or services to the library to support the Summer Library and Reading Programs. We are truly grateful and hope that you will acknowledge their support when you patronize their business or see your community members around the area.
Friends of Horicon Library
Horicon Family Chiropractic
Josh Muche, Modern Woodmen of America
Michelle Wanie Agency Inc.
Summer Reading Programs
June 10 through August 23
We are pleased to offer summer reading programs for a variety of readers:
Read to Me – for babies, toddlers, and children who are not reading on their own yet
Readers – for children who can read on their own (primarily ages 6-11)
Both groups can be read to or listen to audiobooks. Children receive a free book for each 90 minute reading level they complete. Gently used children’s books are still needed for this purpose, especially board books and beginning readers.
primarily ages 12-18
Full rules and details for each program are available at the library along with reading logs.
Family Fun @ Horicon Marsh
Mark your calendars for the most fun day of the year, Saturday, June 29, 2019, 9 AM – 1 PM, at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center. Join other library patrons from Dodge, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, and Washington County libraries for a day on the marsh! This event, held rain or shine, is FREE and for all ages. Family Fun @ Horicon Marsh offers many indoor and outdoor activities such as Horicon Marsh Explorium admission, wildlife walks, archery, dip netting, face painting, a photo booth, crafts for kids, and more. You are welcome to pack a picnic lunch. Food and water will also be available for purchase.
Art in the Park
Wednesday evenings at 6:00 PM
June 5 to August 28
Sponsored by the Horicon Phoenix Program
A highlight of summer, the Art in the Park program takes place at Kiwanis Park during the Music at the Market summer concert series and farmers market. Children of all ages can drop in to experience a free art project each Wednesday night beginning at 6 PM. In the event of inclement weather, please check the Horicon Phoenix Program’s Facebook page or the library’s Facebook page for alternate venue information.