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This month: summer

Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on August 1, 2010

Although a weather summary of Seldovia’s July might show an awful lot of rain and cool temperatures, it’s summer indeed. In fact, the second half of summer, when the fireweed start their blossoms climbing the stalk in the Alaskan floral countdown to fall. School starts in Seldovia on August 24 and Labor Day will close out the summer season on September 6.

Volunteer Tracie Merrill has set up our summer-themed display in the library with lots of books, movies and audiobooks about these landmarks of summer and the classic summer activities we all love so much.

But maybe you’ve done a lot of summer things already and are looking for something new. If so, check out 101 Things To Do This Summer. For the little ones, how about some summer coloring pages to download and print?

Or maybe you’d like to know more about traditional Alaskan summer activities. If so, the Alaska Digital Archives hold over 500 photos that portray summers in our state. For historical summers, the Library of Congress photostream has a number of photos tagged with “summer”.

Whether you’re looking for a new recipe for smoking your catch or just some traditional kick-back summer reading, your library can help you get the most from your summer.

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