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Sunday, September 23, 2018

June School’s (Out) Notes

Theatres Launches Summer Movie Fun
Harkins Theatres has launched its annual Summer Movie Fun for Kids series, where one movie will screen every weekday morning at various Valley movie locations. The package consists of 10 films, including Hoodwinked, Shrek 2 and Curious George.
The closest Harkins Theatre is located at Arizona Mills Mall, I-10 and the Superstition Freeway in Tempe. Showtimes are 9:45 a.m. Mondays-Fridays through Aug. 5. Harkins admission is $7 for entire season or $2 for individual tickets. Visit www. harkinstheatres.com for schedule or contact 480-627-5525.
On Wednesdays beginning June 21, AMC Theatres will offer its Summer Movie Camp, a free kids flick at five participating movie theatres. Adults are also free. Films include Racing Stripes, Wallace & Gromit- The Curse of the Were Rabbit, Madagascar and Ice Age. .

Free movies are limited to those on the Summer MovieCamp schedule and are subject to change without notice. Limited seating and tickets available one week in advance at the box office only. The closest AMC Theater is the Ahwatukee 24, 4915 East Ray Rd. Phoenix. Showtimes are 10:30 a.m. Doors open one hour before scheduled Summer MovieCamp showtimes. For more information, contact 480-705-4727.
Free pool admission for kids
Sign up for the Kool Kids program which provides free open swim admission to select city pools for kids ages 17 and under. The swim season kicks into full gear June 5 when pools citywide will be open seven days a week between noon and 8 p.m.

Among the Kool Kids pools for 2006 are El Prado Pool, 6428 S. 19th Ave., Hermoso Pool, 5749 S. 20th St. and  Roosevelt Pool, 6246 S. Seventh St., Phoenix.
The Kool Kids program provides free open swim admission to community youths June 5th through August 6th, or until funds are exhausted. For more information please call the Aquatic Information Line at (602) 534-SWIM (7946) or the Aquatic Office at 602-262-6541.
Summer Reading Program for Teens Underway
 “Shut Up and Read,” Phoenix Public Library’s summer reading program for teens, is currently underway at 14 city libraries.
Teens between 12 and 18 can enter to win a variety of prizes by reading books, and those who finish the program will receive an exclusive invitation to a VIP “Shut Up and READ” party. The program, which concludes July 29, was designed by teens for teens.
Last year, more than 5,000 teens participated in the program, which is sponsored by American Express, with additional funding from the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library and Harkins Theatres.
   For more information, call 602-262-4636 or visit phoenixpubliclibrary.org.
Kids Play Free at City Golf Courses this Summer
The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department offers free golf lessons year-round to Phoenix area youth, ages eight to 17 at the six Phoenix Municipal Golf Courses. PGA professionals teach all the classes, which typically last about a month.
To register, individuals should contact their neighborhood golf course, Aguila Golf Course, 8440 S. 35th Avenue in Laveen. For more information, contact 602-237-9601.
Summer Reading Programs for Children and Teens
“Extra! Extra! Read Your Way to the Ballpark,” the free countywide reading program co-sponsored by the Arizona Diamondbacks and The Arizona Republic, is underway and runs through July 29.
Last year, more than 30,000 Phoenix children from birth to 18 participated in the reading incentive program offered at all Phoenix Public Library locations throughout the city and 11 other library systems in Maricopa County.
The countywide summer reading program features a game board, prizes and special programs at participating libraries.
By reading 50 pages or one book or for 20 minutes, participants advance on the game board and earn prizes along the way. Readers who reach the finish line can earn bonus prizes—a ticket to a Diamondbacks baseball game, plus a chance to attend The Arizona Republic baseball clinic for kids.
Teens aged 12 through 18 in Phoenix also may register for a summer reading incentive program designed by teens for teens. “Shut Up and READ” is also under way now and runs through July 29.
Last year, more than 5,000 teens participated in the program developed by library teen councils throughout the city’s library system.
By reading books, teens can enter to win movie passes, lunches, sporting event tickets and more.
Participants who finish the program will receive an exclusive invitation to a VIP “Shut Up and READ” party.
This program is sponsored by a grant from the John F. Long Foundation, with additional funding from the Phoenix Public Library Foundation and the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library.
For more information, call 602-262-4636.

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