The Timberland Regional Library will be taking their Summer Reading Program virtual for the entire summer.
According to the regional authority, the program began on June 1 and will remain virtual through August 31, 2020.
Parents and residents can sign up online and have fun with library activities all summer as they sign up, track books you read, submit book reviews, and complete other challenges that encourage reading, learning, creativity, and curiosity:
The Summer Library Program web page has a link to register where residents can find challenges and earn badges and download Activity Logs. Those who participate can complete activities and head to your local Timberland library to claim a free book once they are open again.
From Timberland Regional Library:
The library will also have free fun online events for the whole family including Storytimes and STEM activities. Special virtual performers: Heidi Larsen of Idea Hatch, Magician Jeff Evans, and Mr. Lizard!
For a schedule of events, check out our TRL Online Virtual Events calendar at TRL.org or look for event information on our social media pages, watch for new information weekly.
While we can’t get together in person yet, you can enjoy free access to all of our digital resources.
Don’t have a library card yet? Get an online library card for immediate free access to eBooks, audiobooks, movies, digital magazines, online classes, databases, and more. For a complete list of what is available go to our Stay Connected While the Library is Closed page.
Live Chat is available Monday-Saturday 10-5 for immediate assistance from any page on our website, TRL.org. You can also email us at [email protected] for assistance.
Program Dates: June 1 – August 31, 2020
Information at: https://www.trl.org/summer-library-program
Register starting June 1, 2020 at: https://trl.beanstack.org
Virtual Event Listings at: https://events.trl.org/ – Select location: “TRL Online Virtual Events“
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/timberlandlibrary/videos