06/01/2013 - Summer Reading Program for Kids at Chadron Library
"Dig Into Reading" is the 2013 Summer Reading Program Theme. The Summer Reading Program is a six week program that children can participate in during the summer. The program encourages children to read for enjoyment throughout the summer. Children who participate read for a set amount a time depending on their particular level or grade in school. Readers are given a log book to keep track of the time they read or the books that they read throughout the program. For every so many minutes or books read the children can earn prizes.
Along with the reading program children can participate in different
activities held weekly at the library as well. Readers of all ages will
explore all things underground during the summer library program.
Activities include programs on dinosaurs, construction vehicles, animals
that live underground or Ancient Egypt, caves, rocks and more.
The 2013 Summer Reading Program is open to young people, from babies 6 months old to preschool through young adult, with story hour, movies, and
other activities. The program will begin on Saturday, June 1st, 2013 with
a Kick-off Party from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Children can register for the
program and receive a calendar of activities and programs during the
summer. During the Kick-off Program crafts, games, and snacks will be
available for the kids to enjoy. The first 50 kids who register for the
program will receive a small prize to use during the reading program. The
program is free and open to children of all abilities.
For more information, call the library at (308) 432-0531 or visit our