Broken Bow Library Diving into Summer Reading Program

BROKEN BOW—The end of school is quickly approaching but on the horizon is the Broken Bow Public Library’s annual summer reading program! There are “Oceans of Possibilities” this summer when it comes to fun and reading.

Library Director Megan Svoboda encourages everyone to dive in and join the fun at the library this summer to keep kids engaged and ‘soaked’ about reading.

“I just want to encourage parents to get their kids signed up. It’s so important to read especially when they’re not in school,” Svoboda said.

The summer reading program will begin on Tuesday, May 24 with registration forms due on Friday, May 20. Sign-up sheets are on the website or can be picked up at the library.

The summer reading program is making a splash with weekly prizes, activities, challenges, and special guests for all ages.

Tuesdays: Grades 3-5 story time at 10 a.m.
Thursdays: 4 years old thru 2nd grade story time at 10 a.m.
Fridays: Newborn thru 3 years old story time at 10 a.m.

Wednesdays: Special Guests visiting for ALL ages at 10 a.m.

The Teen Summer Reading Program for grades 6 thru 12 will be May 23 to July 8 with a Library Lock-In on July 8. The Adult Summer Reading Program consists of a Book-opoly challenge, weekly prizes, and Lunch and Learn events.

SEA you this summer at the Broken Bow Public Library!