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By Michelle Bigelbach
The Courier 

GCCL Starts Up Summer Reading Program

 


Readers ages 0-12 will explore the theme ‘Build a Better World’ during the summer reading program this summer at the Glasgow City-County Library. Not only does the summer reading program enhance and improve children’s reading proficiency, but various activities will also keep the children engaged with games, art, and science and engineering projects. The Fort Peck Summer Theatre will also provide a spectacular performance of The Last of the Dragons.

The summer reading program is not just available for children, teens are also invited to participate. Teens ages 13-18 are invited to pre-register for a “Books and Brunch” program with special guest Dyan Carlson from Table for Six. This event will feature great food, fun conversations on what the library has to offer for young adults and the ability to win cool prizes. Pre-registration is required to ensure enough food and prizes are available for all in attendance.

Adults shouldn’t feel left out this summer as there are options to have fun and continue reading. Adults have the ability to play Bingo with their various reading selections, and at the end of the program be invited to a tea party.

The programs are free and open to people of all ages and abilities. Early registration will be available on the Glasgow City-County Library’s website, http://www.glasgowlibrary.org on Thursday, June 1. The summer reading program starts on June 19 and will end on July 28. Make sure to grab a summer reading packet from the library on June 19 to obtain all of the instructions on how to participate.

If you have any questions please contact the GCCL at 406-228-2731.

 

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