Wake Up and Read! Pancake Breakfast

Calling all library lovers!

Kick off National Library Week with a yummy pancake breakfast featuring special guest Pete the Cat! Get your picture taken with Pete, enjoy a special storytime with Ms. Lisa, and create fun crafts to celebrate the occasion. Preregistration required.

Cost: $10 per participant
Children under age 1 are free.

Saturday, April 18, 2020
8:00 - 10:00 am
Maidu Community Center

Registration opens January 7th, 2020


What is National Library Week?

The concept is simple: celebrate libraries and the services they provide.

In the mid-1950, research showed that Americans were spending less on books and more on radios, television, and musical instruments. Concerned that Americans were reading less, the American Library Association (ALA) and the American Book Publishers formed a nonprofit citizens’ organization called the national Book Committee in 1954. The committee’s goals ranged from “encouraging people to read in their increasing leisure time” to “improving incomes and health” and “developing strong and happy family life.”

In 1957, the committee developed a plan for National Library Week based on the idea that once people were motivated to read, they would support and use libraries. The first National Library Week was observed in 1958 with the theme “Wake Up and Read”, and we hope to recreate the spirit of that event with this year’s Pancakes with Pete. Join us in celebration of great books and Roseville’s great libraries.