2018 Summer Reading Program

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Free summer fun at a library near you! Read on, kids!!

Your local library encourages kids to keep reading while school’s out during the 2018 Summer Reading Program.

The program runs in June and July, but many library branches in Middle Tennessee are encouraging young readers to sign up this month.

2018 SUMMER READING THEME

This year’s theme is LIBRARIES ROCK. Kids can set reading goals and earn prizes for reaching them. In addition, libraries host several events, including special storytimes, activities, workshops and guest appearances.

Furthermore, it’s free to participate, though some events require advance registrations. Teens — and YOU! — can participate, too. Sign up at your local branch or online:

DAVIDSON COUNTY

Nashville Public Library System

RUTHERFORD COUNTY

La Vergne Public Library
Rutherford County Library System

SUMNER COUNTY

Gallatin Public Library
Hendersonville Public Library
Portland Public Library
White House Public Library

WILLIAMSON COUNTY

Brentwood Public Library
Spring Hill Public Library
Williamson County Public Library System

WILSON

Lebanon Public Library
Mt. Juliet Public Library
Watertown Public Library

Chad Young is the managing editor and arts/entertainment editor for this publication.

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