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RAILS TO TRAILS

The 26th Anniversary celebration of Rails to Trails will kick off with a free family movie night on Thursday, July 19th and continue with fun events and live entertainment Friday, July 20th and Saturday, July 21st, 2018.

Find this year's events and schedule at their website: railstotrailswatertown.com.

Watch for info about helping out at our CCLS Corn Booth, carrying our school banner during the parade, or riding in a float!

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SPRING EVENT '18

This year's Spring Event came through without a hitch from 'Mother Nature'. It was a very long-awaited, sunny spring day, and only one week after a notable blizzard.  This year featured beautiful local art from area carpenters, painters, knitters, and quilters. Art lessons were also offered, which is a versatile option for sharing one's talent as well as helping to teach creativity, confidence, and focus.

GENERAL STORE


Baked goods are always a big hit at the Spring Event's General Store. This year we featured cotton candy, which was a huge success. If you want to increase sales, tempt the tummy!

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WASHINGTON DC



Did you know that many of the monuments, memorials, and museums within our nation's capital are free to visit?  Here is a list of some of them:

  • The Lincoln Memorial
  • The White House and the Washington Monument
  • The National World War II Memorial
  • The U.S. Capitol and the Library of Congress
  • The Vietnam Veterans and Korean War Veterans Memorials
  • The National Gallery of Art
  • The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
  • The Tidal Basin
  • The National Archives Museum
  • The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
  • The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • The Smithsonian's National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute
  • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • The Washington National Cathedral
  • The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
  • The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.

Our students try to visit as many of these as time permits.

Lets pray for our fellow CCLS Saints as they travel and tour. They will be very busy for five days, Perhaps they'll return with great stories and lots of priceless memories.

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Summer Reading


Carver County's Summer Reading Program runs from June 1 through August 12, Register your kids and teens (birth through 18) at your local library or at carverlib.org. Once the program starts, that's where you will keep track of the books you read. Each library has a schedule of fun of programs
and performances for kids and teens throughout the summer. All programs are free, but some may require registration.

But, why read?

We've all heard that reading is good for us, but how so? There are lots of reasons! Here are just a few:

1. Reading increases our vocabulary.
2. The more we read, the better we become.
3. Reading helps kids develop a sense of independence. Once they learn how to read words on their own, they no longer need to rely on help.
4. It increases safety. Many warnings around us are in written form.
5. It helps us make sense of the world around us, from labels to directions,.
6. It helps kids to better succeed in school.
7. It enhances our imaginations.
8. It entertains us!
9. It improves our grammar.
10. It improves our writing skills.


Watertown Library
309 Lewis Avenue South
Watertown, MN 55388
952.955.2939


LIBRARY HOURS
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 1:00-8:00 PM
Tuesday: 1:00-5:00 PM
Wednesday: 1:00-8:00 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Friday: 1:00-5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Color and cut out these book markers to use for your summer reading.
 

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