Summer Reading Program 2020

Our Summer Reading Program will begin on Monday, June 15 and continue through Saturday, August 28.

Children are invited to read and listen to books, earn prizes, and participate in library events this summer.  Although we can't meet in person now, we will have activities for you to explore at home in addition to online events.

This summer will be different from previous years, but we are looking forward to encouraging reading and listening to books and to hosting fun events and projects.

Registration:  Please register here.

Reading logs

To keep things simpler this year, we only have one reading log: counting each day that you read.

You may adapt the reading log to work for your family.  If you can't read one day and you read more than usual on another day, you can count that for the day you missed. The important thing is that your child reads or listens to books and enjoys them!

We know some avid readers want to keep track of the amount of time they read throughout the summer. We hear you!  You can record the amount of time you read each day on your reading log. We will still ask you to enter the drawing for every 10 days, but we'll have an optional place on the form for you also to tell us how much you have read.

  • You can open our reading log as a pdf and print a copy here.
  • Or you can save the image to your device.
  • If you need to pick up a reading log from the library, please let us know here or email us at  We will get in touch with you about how to pick one up from us.

There is additional information on the reading logs.  If you have any questions, please let us know here or email us at

Prize entry form

When you complete a goal, enter your virtual tickets in the prize drawing here.  In previous years, you put your tickets in the prize drawing box at the library. This year, you'll enter them virtually on the form

Events for the first half of the summer are on the flyer below and can be opened as a pdf here.

We have tentative events planned for the entire summer, but will evaluate if we should make any changes before publicizing the end-of-summer schedule.

If you have any questions, please let us know here.

Are you looking for events for 6th - 12th graders? See our TNT (Teen & Tween) page here.

Children's events are in the image below

or click here to see a pdf of the flyer.

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