COLUMBUS AIR FORCE BASE, Miss. -- The Base Library urges families to get ready, get set, and go to the Library on June 18 to sign up for its Summer Reading Program. This year’s theme is Reading Takes You Everywhere!. From June 18-Aug. 3, the library will host a range of free activities for children, teens, and adults that encourage and support a love of reading.
READsquared is the premier choice for reading programs. READsquared programs are designed to keep kids and adults of all ages engaged in reading, learning, and exploring all summer long! Libraries can create in minutes a complex summer reading program with educational games, challenges and more!
Central Ohio Public Libraries. Visit your local library to get access to free books, music, movies and documentaries. Most libraries will also have group reading times for children, homework help, fun events for people of all ages and more.The Columbus Public Library building will open to the public starting on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The library will open with its regular hours and regular services including public internet computers, wireless printing, copying and faxing. Staff and patrons are encouraged to practice social distancing and best hygiene practices as recommended by the CDC. Masks are encouraged but not required.The Forest-Jackson Public Library announced its Imagine Your Story Summer Reading Program. Kids of all ages can pick up their goody bag outside the library. You can put books on hold on the website forest library.org or you can let the library choose them for you.
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Welcome to the Nesbitt Memorial Library Effective Monday, June 8 our temporary hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-5pm and Tuesday, Thursday 10am-6pm. Curbside service is available by request. Social Distancing and hand sanitation guidelines are still in effect. We are opening up four more computers for printing and personal business purposes. The meeting room and book sale are.Read More
The Summer Library Program at the Columbus Public Library kicked off with Family Night Out May 31. The library’s reading program works to bridge the gap between school years to keep kids and.Read More
Click here for a printable Summer calendar. Columbus Commotion lists events for the Library, Senior Center, and Recreation Department. Find it on Facebook! Local events can also be found on the City of Columbus website calendar.Read More
Columbus Public Library Internship. December 4 2015. For my STEP project, I volunteered as a Summer Reading Club Intern at the Columbus Public Libraries, South High Branch. I spent the majority of my time there as a mentor for the high school students who were volunteering there, in attempts to push them to strive for their dreams and discuss post-graduation plans with them. If I wasn’t.Read More
The Ossipee Public Library is inviting Ossipee Library patrons to participate in a virtual summer reading program by going to the library website at ossipee.lib.nh.us and clicking on the link to READsquared. This virtual program has built-in incentive badges, games, and certificates. There are four age categories to choose from: pre-K, school age, teen, and adult.Read More
Summer Reading Program theme of Build a Better World. These include, an ice cream ball, 2 Keva Brain Builders, and Q-BA-MAZE 2.0 Stunts. New STEAM Kits AT THE TRAILS OFFICE Did You Know: The State of America’s Libraries Report 2017 is now available. It details library trends of the past year, including the Top Ten Most Chal-lenged Books of 2016. Check is out here at Ala.org. The Three Rivers.Read More
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Gabby Gonzalez, 11, left, and her younger sister, Saralynn Gonzalez, 6, walk in the parade from Columbus City Hall to Columbus-Lowndes Public Library on Friday for the kickoff to the summer.Read More
Summer Reading Program: “Imagine Your Story” With all the uncertainty this year has thrown our way, one thing will stay the same: we believe in fostering a love of reading and keeping young minds active and thirsty for knowledge. So even though our Summer Reading Program will be very different than years past, we are using this time to grow.Read More