KAWARTHA LAKES-Looking for something to do with the kids this weekend? Check out a storywalk.
A storywalk is where pages of a children’s book are posted on large yard signs stationed around a trail. This is a fun and educational activity that pairs literacy with physical activity and encourages families to get outside.
With libraries closed to in-person activities due to the Coronavirus pandemic this is a great way to keep kids interested in reading.
There are a few storywalks within the City of Kawartha Lakes.
If you’d like to check the book out from the library, click on the book title in the chart below. This will take you to the catalogue where you can place a hold.
|Can You Make a Scary Face? by Jan Thomas||Ken Reid Conservation Area
On the Pond Loop (near the main parking lot)
|277 Kenrei Rd, Lindsay||Until the beginning of June|
|Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner||Trail Around Settlers’ Village
(start by the parking lot and walk around the water tower)
|85 Dunn St, Bobcaygeon||Until the beginning of June|
|The Listening Walk by Paul Showers||Dunsford Library (at the back of the building, start on the left side)||26 Community Centre Rd. Dunsford||Until the beginning of June|
Happy outdoor reading!