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Bozeman Library is preparing for its youth programming this summer



Bozeman, Montana – The Bozeman Public Library is getting set to launch its summer kids programming as classes are about to end.

The 10 weeks of summer programming begin on June 13 and terminate in the middle of August.

Everyone under the age of 18 can participate in the program’s activities, which include free lunch provided by the Gallatin Valley Food Bank five days a week.

“Oftentimes in that time, in the summer months, they can backslide if they don’t have opportunities to do things like enrichment camps and things like that. So the library kind of comes in and fills those gaps for accessibility,” says Corey Sloan, Dept. Head of Programming for Bozeman Public Library.

Two concerts will also be included in the summer programme, the first in July and the second in August.

You can go online or in person to the library to view their events calendar.

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