When Jester Jim visits the library – you know you are in for a treat. His shows are a fast-paced thrill ride that audiences of all ages can’t get enough of. Juggling? Check! Spinning iPads? Yup! Comedy? For sure! Toilet plungers? Uh, yeah, those too!
This year, Jester Jim is stopping by for a virtual performance on Tuesday, July 21, that promises more of the same, but in a safe and socially distant way. Beginning at 11 a.m., his 40-minute LIVE Zoom broadcast promises tricks, balancing and plenty of interactive laughs that you’ll be talking about for days. Come join us for all the fun and interact with Jim as he takes juggling to another level!
To watch the live show, visit our website at bethlehempubliclibrary.org and click on the “calendar” tab for the link.
The Jester Jim show is just one of the many ways we are celebrating Summer Reading this year. Did you know you can participate in our 2020 Summer Reading Challenge entirely online – from sign-up to claiming your prizes, along with a full schedule of virtual programs? It’s easy, fun and a great way to have a summer adventure. Sign up here: bethlehempubliclibrary.org/summer-reading-2020.
July 16: Interactive Zoom Storytime – Join us for an interactive family storytime on Zoom! Families will have the option to turn on their cameras and microphones and participate in the storytime. Sign up on our website (bit.ly/3iOBwr6) to get an invitation to the Zoom event.
Paper crafting with Kate: Colorful Unicorns – Make a festive and whimsical creature inspired by the Summer Reading theme: Imagine Your Story. You’ll find it on our YouTube channel along with lots of other craft tutorials.
Social media scavenger hunt – It’s easy to share your photos. Submit them as a reply to our theme posts on Facebook or tag us on Instagram #BPLScavengerHunt. By submitting a photo, you give the library permission to use it in an online photo gallery.
Make your mark with our summer bookmark design contest! There are categories for all ages, and the winning bookmarks will be printed and distributed this fall. Details: bethlehempubliclibrary.org/5050-2.
— Kristen Roberts