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Posted on: June 13, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Campbell County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program to Run June 15 – July 29

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The Campbell County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program will run from Thursday, June 15, to Saturday, July 29. The program’s activities are free and open to children and adults of all ages.

The theme for this year’s program is “Build a Better World.”

The program will kick off on Thursday, June 15, at 11 a.m. with the Roanoke Children’s Theatre performance of “We Are in a Play,” by Mo Willems, at Timbrook Library, 18891 Leesville Road, Lynchburg.

Babygarten and Tot Time continue for the summer session at the Rustburg, Timbrook and Staunton River Memorial libraries. Registration is open.

Children ages 4 to 10 years old will participate in an incentive-based reading program at all libraries, earning prizes for reaching various milestones. Weekly programs will have activities based on this year’s theme.

Reading logs are available for tweens, teens, and adults, 11 years old and older and they can enter for a chance to win one of several gift cards from local businesses.

Programs will not be held during the week of July 4.

The program’s Grand Finale will be at Rustburg Library on Saturday, July 29, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a MakerSpace Labrary. There will be games, activities, and more.

Stop by any of the Campbell County Public Library branches to pick up a family brochure of this summer’s events and reading logs for the whole family. Information can also be found at the library’s website, http://campbellcountylibraries.org/summer-reading-2017/.

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