American Girl History Book Club starts Thursday, April 6

The American Girl History Book Club will start on Thursday, April 6!

We will explore the world of Caroline Abbott, from Sackett’s Harbor, NY as the country turns to war once more in the summer of 1812. Caroline learns courage and loyalty and lessons in friendship as her family struggles in the midst of the war.

Participants will receive the books and materials at the introductory meeting on April 6 and will then meet weekly on Thursdays, starting April 20 (after Spring Break) to the end of May. (no club meeting on May 11)  will learn some knot tying, quilting, embroidery, map making and more!

Space is limited. Registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis. This program is currently full. Please call the library at 607-844-4782 to be put on the waiting list

Some limited bus transportation from the Dryden school is available, but permission forms are required -> Bus-Permission-slip-American Girl book club-

The reading is required and is fast paced (about 70 pages a week). New participants to the program who complete the readings (on their own or with a helper) and other program requirements will receive a free American Girl doll to keep! Past participants are welcome to bring their dolls to join the fun!

This program is made possible through a generous grant from the Dryden Youth Opportunity Fund.