Local Libraries Set To Kick Off Summer Reading Program

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Mag 24, 2017

Saturdays and will be closed Sundays.

Sign up at the library for both the teens and kids summer reading clubs starting June 1 to earn rewards for summer reading through August 6.

Programming Librarian Janet Parr says, "Reading all summer is extremely important because everything that you had learned in school, all that your children learned in school this year, if they read all summer long then they'll be able to retain that knowledge and be more prepared for the school year". To kick-off the program, the Friends of the Hoover Public Library sponsored the Book It! Registration begins June 6.

Register in-person at any Guelph Public Library location and keep your kids engaged over the summer. The library will participate in the first phase of this 18-month project, with the opportunity to extend for an additional two-year period.

Bingo for Young Children on Thursday, July 13 (11:00 to 11: 30 a.m.) for ages 3 & up. The Fratello Marionettes will perform a "Mother Goose Land" show at 6:30 p.m. For ages 4 and older.

Children, teens and adults who read books checked out from Quincy Public Library and complete reading logs will be eligible for prizes. Reading and accompanying library activities will help inspire and motivate students on break.

A Rochester reading program received a $12,500 gift from the Valley of Rochester Scottish Rite Children's Foundation.

To find out more about our programs or to sign-up for email notifications about upcoming Library events please go to our website shpl.org or contact library staff at 963-5244.

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