Are you looking for a summer program that exhilarates, engages, and educates your children over the summer months? The Huron County Library has the perfect program for you: The TD Summer Reading Club!
The TD Summer Reading Club is a program for youth between the ages of four and twelve that encourages readers to have fun while learning through exciting crafts, activities, games, and of course, reading! Through the TD Summer Reading Club, children improve their listening skills, share with others in a team environment, and stimulate their creative capacity through arts and crafts, active play, and reading. Programs such as this introduce children to the library as a source of pleasure and information which encourages them to use the library as a lifelong resource for learning.
The reading club will meet once a week at each of the twelve Huron County Library branches starting on Tuesday, July 4th and will run until Friday, August 25th, 2017.
All participants will receive a reading club notebook, a pack of twelve stickers, a top summer reads list, as well as a bookmark with a web-access code that can be used on the http://tdsummerreadingclub.ca website to track reading progress and receive additional club benefits! This year’s theme is “Canada” so get ready to celebrate and learn more about our Country!
Registration is now open so head to your local library to sign up and reserve your place in the program as space is limited!
This local program is sponsored by the Toronto Dominion Financial Group and partially funded by Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations, Department of Canadian Heritage.
See you at the Huron County Library to get your reading on! Call or visit your local library branch for more information and to register for the TD Summer Reading Club.