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Reading Public Library Highlighting Summer Programming for All Ages

By Reading Public Library

Jun 18, 2020
Reading Public Library

Wednesday, June 17 – Reading Public Library has planned a wide array of summer digital and virtual activities as part of its annual [email protected] programming.  Running from June 15 to August 15, [email protected]’s focus is encouraging life-long reading habits, combating summer learning loss, and providing educational and entertaining activities for all ages.

Participants from toddlers through adults can participate in the summer reading and activity challenge through the online tool, READsquared.  Download the app and register through our website. Children and teens can earn badges, win prizes, and be entered into weekly raffles.  Adult participants also qualify for weekly raffle give-aways based on the number of books read.

Virtual Snapology programs will be offered via Zoom every Thursday at 2 pm.  Participants will build and socialize around a new theme each week including Family Challenges and STEAM Fun Play dates.

Weekly Story time and Science Lab will continue to be offered on YouTube.

Mondays will feature performances by guest artists, performers, museums and troupes presented via Zoom.  Coming soon are the following:

       July 22 at 10 am – Science Tellers

       July 29 at 10 am – pop artist Michael Albert

       July 29 at 2 pm – The Franklin Institute

Find more details and future programs and register to participate at: http://readingpubliclibrary.org/summer-at-rpl/

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