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Summer Reading with CJE


June 11, 2021 @ 1:00 pm 2:30 pm

5708 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215 United States
Free

Join the CJE for this year’s newly designed Summer Reading Program – it’s going to be “SENSE”-ational! The CJE Library and PJ Library in Baltimore are partnering for the their fifth summer reading program! This year the program will offer four drive-by events for children to explore their senses. Each child will be given a gift bag with a Jewish sensory activity. The program will continue to feature quality Jewish-themed books, fun prizes and tasty treats as well!  
This year families can choose books online or pick up a surprise book bundle. The book bundles will be organized by grade and will include books from your child’s summer reading list whenever possible.  

How:

  1. Register online and print or pick up a bookmark
  2. Read five books (on your reading/content level) from our library.
  3. Fill out the bookmark and bring it to the CJE Library by Friday, September 3rd.
  4. Receive your coupon for a delicious treat.
  5. Use your coupon by Sunday, September 5th.

All book pick-ups are done by reservation. 
Come by and pick up bookmarks and books, or turn in bookmarks to receive your prize certificate.  Kids will also receive a special activity kit and gift.
Please contact Jessica Fink at 410-735-5017 with any questions.

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