Readers of all ages are invited to stop by any library location in the Timberland Regional Library system to pick up a free book as TRL kicks off its Summer Library Program, which runs June 1 through Aug. 31.
Call your local library or visit TRL.org to plan your visit.
Keep track of your busy summer by picking up an activity log at your local library or online at TRL.beanstack.org, TRL.org/summer-library-program or by downloading the Beanstack app. Once you complete 10 activities, collect a certificate of completion and a second book from any Timberland Regional Library location.
All ages, birth through adult, are invited and welcome to participate.
Stop by any library location and get a free book for participating to kick off the summer season.
The library will also have free in-person activities, including StoryTrails and Take-n-Make bags, as well as online events for all ages including Storytimes, STEM activities, performers and more.
Special virtual performers include:
• Idea Hatch: Fun STEM activities for the whole family
• Teachers of Nature: professionals introduce people of all ages to nature and wildlife in a virtual setting
• Silver Kite: live interactive online art workshops designed for older adults to inspire creativity. All ages are welcome to join
•Javoen Byrd, Hawk Foundation for Research and Education in African Culture: Interactive drumming and online storytelling events
For a schedule of events, check TRL’s online virtual events calendar at www.TRL.org or look for event information on Timberland Regional Library’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.