Summer Programs at the Library

  • Arts   Wed, Jun 23rd, 2021   Kim Krueger, Supervisor of Programs and Outreach, RWLibrary

As summer officially begins, Summer Reading Club starts at your local library. There are options for all ages, and it’s all free with your RWLibrary card.
School age kids can register to participate in the Summer Reading Club. Kids, choose how you want to earn points: participate in missions/challenges at home, track time spent reading, participate in online programs, or a combination of all three! Keep track of your points online or in a booklet picked up from your local library branch. We have prize bags and the option to use points to enter different prize raffles. Registration opens Monday, June 21 and the club runs until August 31.
Library staff are happy to schedule a virtual program for school classes, summer camp, and book clubs. Spaces are limited, so contact your local library to book a visit soon.
Families with preschool kids can register anytime for the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten online program. Cuddle up and read each day with your little one to help them learn new words and ideas.
The library also offers summer programs for adults. This summer, join a group of adults online to participate in fun activities reminiscent of childhood summer camp. Each week we will feature something different. Visit the library’s website for details and sign up for whichever Thursday evenings you like. We also offer online programs for adults, including Friday evening concerts, camp and wildlife presentations, weekend crafts and environment programs, local author visits, and guest speakers.
For more information about summer at the library and the many resources and services available, visit