The Summer Food Service Program, referred to as Summer BreakSpot, helps make sure that children continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer when they do not have access to school lunch or breakfast. All children 18 years of age and under who go to an approved site may receive free meals. There are no forms to complete or registration needed to participate.
Meals will be available Monday through Friday unless otherwise indicated. Program runs June 6 to August 12, 2022. Meals will not be served on Monday, July 4th.
Family Culinary Labs – six in total – will serve up comprehensive culinary literacy programs that will include such things as hands-on demonstrations of food and nutritional literacy; food acquisition methods; food handling, hygiene and safety; and consumer cost-saving techniques and meal stretching.
Visit the Library's Recipes & Reads page for more information on culinary topics, recommended books, and a listing of upcoming programs.
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Volusia County Public Library has partnered with PBC Guru and Freading to create a virtual book club for patrons and the community.
The book for May 27 - July 29 is Nowhere Girl by Cheryl Diamond.
In this memoir that spans dozens of countries worldwide, a young girl and her family adopt one new identity after another and run from both the law and the secrets that will eventually catch up to all of them.
It is always available for download from Freading.
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