Public Libraries of Lancaster County and the Bookmobile will be presenting this year’s Summer Reading Program that starts on June 2 and will run until August 11, 2018. Youth may join anytime during this time period. Readers of all ages are invited to read all things related to this year’s theme as local public libraries present “Libraries Rock!”
The countywide Summer Reading Program is open to children and teens of all ages. The program components include four reading levels: Read Aloud (birth-4 years), Elementary (ages 5-9), Tween (ages 10-12) and the Teen level (ages 13-19).
The library is the perfect place for children and families to learn and explore this summer as the public libraries present activities and events related to youth literature, STEM, health & wellness, music, physical movement, the arts, and more!
Here is a quick overview of programs sponsored by the Library System!
Cylo, Barnstormer’s Mascot Visits
PRINCESS of Dutch Wonderland Visits
Corduroy Story Book Costume Character Visits
Lancaster County Department of Parks & Recreation Programs
Heads Up Lancaster Drumming & Break Dancing Events
Geologist Jeri Jones “Rocks Are a Blast From the Past” Programs
Mark DeRose Singer & Songwriter Music Performances
Giggle Magic Shows with Marcy Klutchka Programs
Science Explorers Present “Science Matters”
CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health: Hank the Health Hero Programs
Center for Aquatic Sciences: “Swamp Songs & Marsh Melodies” Programs
Complete listing of the Summer Reading programs offered by the public libraries!
Find out more about the Summer Reading Program
Please contact library listed to register for programs.
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