TD Summer Reading Club

June 25, 2015

Huron County, ON – Are you looking for a reading 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 free program for youth between the ages of four and twelve that encourages readers to have fun while learning through exciting crafts, activities, and games, as well as reading. The reading club will meet once a week at all of the twelve Huron County Library branches starting on Monday, June 29th until Friday, August 21st, 2015. This program hopes to engage children in reading throughout the summer months when students are out of school, as well as get them into the library to participate in weekly crafts, activities, games, the chance to win prizes, and of course to read!

All participants will receive a reading club notebook, pack of twelve stickers, top summer reads list, as well as a web-access code that can be used on the website to track reading progress and receive additional club benefits! This year’s theme is about play and making reading fun, so get your party hat on and meet us at the library!

You can register today by dropping in or calling your local library branch. Registration is limited, so do not delay in signing up.

This local program is sponsored by the Toronto Dominion Financial Group and partially funded by a Canada Summer Jobs (2015) grant, a Government of Canada initiative.

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.


Contact Jessica Adams or Morgan Deitner, Summer Literacy Coordinators for the Huron County Library at 519.482.5457 or for more information.


For more information contact:

Susan Cronin, County Clerk
519.524.8394 (ext 3257)