Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Summer Reading Program

See the Summer Reading Program tab or click here for the most up-to-date information.


Our Summer Reading Program theme this year is Libraries Rock!

Children are invited to read and/or listen to books, earn prizes, and attend programs at the library this summer.  This page includes information for toddlers through 5th graders. See information about our TNT (Teen & Tween, 6th - 12th grade) events here


Pick up a reading log from the library to keep track of your reading and listening.
• Read books, ebooks, or magazines.
• Read to yourself or to someone else.
• Read or listen to Tumblebooks.
• Listen to audiobooks.
• Listen to someone else reading to you.

You may choose to count how many hours you read or how many days you read.
Earn prizes as you reach reading goals throughout the summer. 

Wednesday, June 13 is the first day to pick up reading logs and begin reading and/or listening to audiobooks or to someone read to you.


Registration is requested for our events.  You may register online here beginning on June 4.  We will also have paper registration forms available at the library beginning on June 13.

EVENTS for all ages 

Dinosaurs Rock! 
Dinosaur Day with Paleo Joe
Friday, June 22 at 10:30 A.M.
in The Center (previously the Senior and Community Activity Center)
Paleo Joe introduces plants, animals, and creatures that are extinct. You'll learn about dinosaurs and see real fossils.

Our Community Rocks! 
Thursday, July 19, 5:00 - 7:00 
in Wilson Park
You'll see community vehicles, meet the people who drive them, and learn about the jobs they do.  Check back for a list of businesses and organizations that will participate.

Science Rocks! 
by Michigan Science Center
Friday, August 10 at 10:30 A.M.
in The Center (previously the Senior and Community Activity Center)
What is sound? Why do objects make sounds? Why do we beat a drum but pluck a guitar? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this interactive program.

Additional EVENTS 

Additional events this summer include Tiny Tales, Storytime, Crafts in the Park, mystery programs, and more.  Check the Summer Reading Page here for additional events.


Questions?  Ask us here or call us at 734-439-1240.

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