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Summer Reading Programs

Summer reading programs are a great way to keep minds of all ages sharp over the summer months, while providing hours of entertainment. Add in some fun prizes for all those hours spent reading and it is a win, win! From Carmel to Cicero and everywhere in between, be sure to sign up for a reading program near you this summer!

Carmel Clay Public Library

May 22-Aug. 4

The Summer Reading  Challenge at the Carmel Clay Public Library “encourages lifelong learning and the continued development of 21st century skills for our entire community.” The program is open to everyone – infants to adults and does not  just involve reading, although that is one option. Activity options include writing an online book review, visiting a park, doing a science activity, completing a crossword puzzle, registering for a library card, or attending a library event…just to name a few. Complete any of the Summer Challenge activities to earn points that can be redeemed for prizes.

Click here to register as an individual or family.

Hamilton East Public Library

June 1-July 31

The summer reading program at Hamilton East Public Library branches in Fishers and Noblesville revolves around the theme: Build a Better World and is open to infants, kids, teens, and adults. Reading goals and prizes vary by age group and all levels include book and activity logging, badges and registration for all members of the family under one account.

Click here to register as an individual or family.

Westfield Washington Public Library

June 1-July 31

Beginning June 1, sign up online or stop by the library to register for the Summer Reading program, Build a Better World, at Westfield Washington Public Library. All ages are welcome to participate by logging reading hours and claiming prizes along the way. On Aug. 1, there will be a grand prize drawing and one lucky reader will win a Kindle Paperwhite e-reader and a $250 Amazon gift card.

Hamilton North Public Library

June 1-July 23

Hamilton North Public Library branches in Atlanta and Cicero are going old-school this year: all participants will use paper logs, available at the front desk of both HNPL branches. The program is open to all ages and tickets will be awarded for reading milestones that vary by age group. Tickets allow participants to enter into raffle drawings for the various summer reading prizes.

Click here for more information.

 

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