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Summer Reading underway at Library

Summer Reading Club is underway at the Library Center of the Ozarks.

 

The annual reading challenge for adults, teens and children kicked off on June 1. Readers of all ages can receive prizes by reading a minimum of 20 minutes per day for 10, 20, 30 and 40 days throughout the months of June and July.  

 



Registration is required in order to log your reading and receive prizes. To register, visit the Library Center of the Ozarks or register online at thlibrary.org.

 

The Friends of the Library presented the Library Center of the Ozarks with a generous grant to purchase prizes for this year's Summer Reading Club.

 

Another part of the library's Summer Reading fun is their Monday programs throughout June and July.  

 

The first such program, held on June 3, saw over 270 children and adults enjoy a presentation by Wonders of Wildlife, where audience members enjoyed learning more about some of the wildlife native to the Ozarks. Other programs this summer include a performance of the Taneycomo Festival Orchestra, a presentation from the Butterfly Palace and an exciting morning with Marty the Magician. On alternate Mondays, the Library will host in-house events to include crafts, STEM activities and sensory play.  

 

There is no charge for the Monday morning programs and events, and reservations are not required. 

 

Most of the Summer Reading program events will be held in the Library's lower level, in the newly revamped Program Room. For more information on the Library Center of the Ozarks Summer Reading Club and programs, visit www.thlibrary.org.

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