To celebrate getting library cards into the hands of first grade students in York County, York County Libraries is hosting the Annual GOAL Celebration on Saturday, November 12th from 10am–12pm at the Dover Community Center. The GOAL Celebration is open to all first-grade students and their families even if they have not filled out a library card application.
Parking is available in the parking lot across from the main entrance. If you plan to attend the event, please RSVP by Friday, November 4th through the event link here.
Meet the Author
Anthony D. Fredericks will be in person to engage with youth and sign copies of his book Tall Tall Tree. Tony brings a special charm and excitement to the reading world! You don’t want to miss him!
Stations will be set up for youth to explore! These include a photo booth, an interactive coloring station, and more!
We’ll also have a special guest: DownTown from the York Revolution!
DownTown has a challenge for every first grader. He wants to see who can kick a soccer ball into a goal!
There’s a catch: he’s playing goalie! Can you score a point on DownTown? Come find out during our celebration!
Teacher Raffle Prize Drawing
The three drawings for:
- ZooAmerica virtual classroom visit;
- Book sets: 5 winners will receive a set of 20 new books to add to their classroom library!
- An author visit with Anthony D. Fredericks
will be pulled at the event.
- GOAL prizes are available at your local library for pickup through December 31st. You have time to make your three visits!
- Library cards are available any time! Please check out www.yorklibraries.org or visit your local library for more information.
We look forward to a wonderful turn out!