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Saturday, June 3, 2023

Library’s Summer Reading Program to begin in June


June 4 is the beginning of the Naperville Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, an eight week, all-ages program, to promote this lifelong activity.

“We have an especially fun theme this year,” explains Aynne Reist, SRP Committee Co-Chair and Naper Boulevard Library Children’s Services Supervisor.  “Reading is So Delicious is the theme and we’re planning many food based programs and activities.  And be sure to stop in and see our decorations. They’re great!”

“Reading as a family affair is especially encouraged,” explains Martha Vickery, SRP Committee Co-Chair and Nichols Library Adult Services Librarian. “Our program is for all ages – yes, you can participate from birth to whenever!  Reading is a life-long activity.”

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Categories in the program are: the Rubber Ducky Club for babies up to 35 months, the children’s program for kids from three years old to entering the 5th grade, the teen program for students entering the 6th grade to completing high school, and the adult program.

Non-Naperville residents may now join the Naperville Summer Reading Program for $5.00. If you don’t live in Naperville, register in person at any of the three Library buildings – Nichols Library, 200 W. Jefferson Ave.; Naper Boulevard Library, 2035 S. Naper Blvd.; and the 95th Street Library, 3015 Cedar Glade Dr. 

For more information visit www.naperville-lib.org or any of the three Naperville Libraries.

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