“Build a better world” is the theme for this year’s summer reading program at the Enterprise Public Library. The summer reading program began this month. The activities will be held Tuesday through Thursday with events for all ages to participate in on Thursday.

Tuesday is for ages six through 12 and will feature a Native American Program, a Famous Architecture Workshop and Blanket Fort Day.

The Native American Program will feature Chief Violet Hamilton of the Cher-O-Creek IntraTribal Indians telling stories, doing show-and-tell and more. Hamilton will be at the library Tuesday, June 20.

Wednesdays are for ages zero to five and will showcase Super Building Story Time, Wind Energy Story Time, First Americans Story Time and Blanket Fort Day. First Americans Story Time is Wednesday, June 21, and will feature show and tell stories about Native American culture.

Thursdays are for ages 13-18 and will include Totem Pole day, Trash-Fash day and an awards ceremony. Trash-Fash will allow teens to design their own fashion but with the challenge of using materials from trash. Teens are welcome to bring their own trash for design.

For all ages on Thursday, June 15, the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center will feature an exciting show designed specifically for the “Build a Better World” summer program and Titan Magic will perform a magic show on June 22.

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