Summer Reading Program registration opens
Kids, teens, and adults may sign up
Kids and Teens
Registration for the Round Rock Public Library's 2014 Summer Reading Program for kids, teens and adults is open!
The library will be celebrating science all summer. In a nod to computer science, we are using online logs--go ahead and register whenever you are ready:
You're welcome to use the library's computers or free WiFi, of course.
Start counting your reading on June 1.
Summer reading matters for all of us, so round up your kids and their friends, come grab armloads of great materials and enjoy the extra programs for all ages.
And that's not all! The library is proud to participate in the Capital Area Food Bank's Summer Food Service Program. Children who live in SNAP, TANF, and FDPIR households can enjoy a meal at the library--please email Virginia Hadley or call (512) 218-3279 for dates and times.
Fizz Boom Read (ages 0 - 11) | Spark a Reaction (ages 12 -18)
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Adults can participate in the Adult Summer Reading Program too and enter a drawing for a chance to win an iPad Mini.
Fill out your Adult Summer Reading Log to enter the drawing. Complete as many entries as you like (without counting any item twice). More logs means more chances to win!
Posted: Friday, May 16, 2014