The K Club is a transitional and creative program designed for children ages 4-6, pre-k through first grade. This unique program provides children with learning and recreation in the areas of science, art and reading fun. We strive to include this age group in extended activities at the library that are beyond storytime, encouraging lasting library use during their first years of school.
Calming and exhilarating. Both words that can be associated with hiking. Hiking is a fabulous hobby that can be done year round, all over the world, or close to home. Trails and paths can be anywhere from straight, narrow and rocky to wet, curvy, or steep. They can be on all sorts of terrain like sand, snow, dirt, hills, mountains or forests. Michigan is a beautiful state that offers all sorts of hiking trails for any season. Local metroparks also have hiking opportunities as does the Michigan Trails Magazine. Hiking also offers access to activities for all ages, from senior citizens to kids. No matter what kind of path you decide to take, hiking is great for your mind and body. So lace up your boots and dont forget to pack your water and some snacks! Head back to 62 days of summer for more ways to participate in the summer program.
Follow the trail to these library hiking books: