May 2013

What’s New · Brain Camp

Get ready for next school year by attending one of our Brain Camp programs this summer!

Brain Camp program

Brain Camp (grades 1-8)

At Brain Camp, students will enjoy books, group lessons, computer activities, outdoor play and crafts centered on a weekly theme. Bring your summer homework if you have any. Group size is limited to ensure individual attention, so register early. Call William Hueneke Homework Center (513-369-3121) for more information or to register. All Camps will take place from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, at the Main Library.

DatesGrade LevelsThemes
June 3-71-5Superheroes
June 10-141-2The Wild Kingdom
June 17-213-5G'day mate and all things Australian
July 8-124-8To Infinity and Beyond!
July 15-193-5We are the Champions
July 22-266-8Scavenger Hunt
July 29-August 23-5Jurassic Park
August 5-91-5Summer's End Extravaganza

Mini Brain Camps will take place at selected branches this summer. These mini camps are for students in grades 1-5 and will take place from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

Brain Camp program
June 24Miami Township Branch and College Hill Branch
June 25Pleasant Ridge Branch and Covedale Branch
June 26Norwood Branch and Corryville Branch
June 27Harrison Branch and Groesbeck Branch
June 28Avondale Branch and Northside Branch
July 1Madisonville Branch and Price Hill Branch
July 2Westwood Branch and Walnut Hills Branch
July 3West End Branch

We're also offering week-long "Superheroes" camps at selected branches this summer. The week-long camps are for students in grades 1-5 and will take place from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

July 8-12Avondale, Corryville, and Covedale Branch
July 15-19Groesbeck, Price Hill, and West End Branch
July 22-26College Hill, Northside, and Walnut Hills Branch
July 29-August 2Pleasant Ridge Branch

Thanks to...

Major funding for Brain Camp comes from Duke Energy Foundation, the P&G Fund and the Summertime Kids (both of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation), the Maxwell Weaver Foundation, and the Library Foundation.