Kids and their families can hula dance, sing with Elvis, and surf into fun with the Rock Island Public Library's June 27 Interactive Movie Night.
Kids and their families can hula dance, sing with Elvis, and surf into fun with the Rock Island Public Library's June Interactive Movie Night.
The PG-rated movie will be shown from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Wednesday, June 27 at the Rock Island Downtown Library, 401 19th Street. It's the tale of a young Hawaiian girl's close encounter with the galaxy's most wanted extraterrestrial. Each registered child receives a script and supplies to make the movie an interactive experience, including bubbles to blow at the villain, a space alien pet license, and Lei garlands.
The program is free and open to the public. To ensure there are enough kits available, the library needs the name of each child attending. Parents and adult caregivers may attend without registering. To sign up, go to the library's online calendar or call the Children's Department at 309-732-7360.
Interactive Movie Night is part of Libraries Rock summer programming, which includes summer reading challenges, learning fun, and free events for all ages at Rock Island Libraries from June 1 to July 21
For details about more events offered this summer at Rock Island Library locations, pick up a Summer Guide, visit the library website or call 309-732-READ.