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Summer Learning at Your Library

Original post made by Atherton Library on May 29, 2014

Between the months of June and August, children and teens can visit their local library to pick up their learning log. The more books they read and the more activities they try, the better their chances at winning some amazing prizes. There will be a grand finishing prize of $1,000 in scholarships for one child in each city participating in the program.

The program aims to encourage parents and children to engage in fun, active learning all summer long. Our emphasis on hands-on learning in addition to reading ensures that children practice a range of skills and allows everyone to participate in their own unique style. Activities range from crafts to sports and from reading to making music. And there are lots of prizes to be won!

Atherton Library starts sign ups on June 1st. Contact us to find out more at 650-328-2422 and follow us on Facebook and Twitter!


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