NEW PHILADELPHIA - The Tuscarawas County Public Library System will be hosting a variety of free camps across its five locations to provide hands-on learning experiences for students of all ages throughout the summer months.

Camp participants will have the opportunity to take part in special programs and explore subjects like science, space, art, technology, food, and more. The camps are for students in grades K-12 and vary in length from one day to a series.

Library Director Michelle McMorrow Ramsell says these camps are fun and informative and completely free to attend.

"An aspect that sets apart the county library camps is that they are free," she says. "Camps can be expensive, especially when more than one member of the family wants to attend a camp." 

A complete listing of camps being offered this summer can be found in the library's Between the Lines programming guide and online at Registration is required and can be completed by calling or stopping by any of the library's system's five locations or by visiting the library's online event calendar at The Main Library can be reached at 330-364-4474, Bolivar at 330-874-2720, Strasburg at 330-878-5711, Sugarcreek at 330-852-2813, and Tuscarawas at 740-922-2748. 


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