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Monday, May 29, 2017

Summer Reading - It's Almost Here!!

This is the time of year where I get so excited!  Do you know why?  The library's summer reading program is about to begin!  On Sunday, June 4th, we'll all have some fun at the annual Rose Parade where we will kick off the summer reading program by showing off our float.  Then on Monday, June 5th, the reading program begins!  Bring Mom, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, Uncle Joe, Aunt Martha, sister Susie and brother Tom into the library to sign up.  We will have a one stop sign-up table downstairs the first week so that everyone can register at one time.  Or you can do it from the comfort of your own couch with online registration!  Plus, if you attend one of the school districts the library serves in grades PreK-5th, you can register for the program and win prizes even if you don't have a library card!  How sweet is that!

So walk, peddle, hover board, skate, or drive on over to the library to participate in our summer reading program.  We will be ready to register you and make some great recommendations for wonderful summer reading titles.  My book list was already started back in February!  I'm always open to new suggestions, so if you read something you like, stop by the "Ask Me" Desk and let me know what I should be reading!

But wait, because we're not done yet.  Whose got you covered for free Youth Services has a jammed packed schedule of events to help keep the summer fun and entertaining?  RPL does, that's who! Story times begin during the week of June 12th and every Monday there will be an afternoon drop-in craft (let's be creative!), but that's NOT ALL!!  On Thursdays, we have special family programming starting at 1 PM.  Programs feature magicians, musicians, cartoonists, puppets, funny storytelling and a special visit by the Cosley Zoo! Mark your calendar and participate in all the fun of summer!


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