The Exeter Branch of the Tulare County Library offers its annual Summer Reading Program from June 13 through July 21. The theme this summer is Reading by Design. Children (ages 3-12), teens (13-18) and adults (18 and up) all have programs designed just for them.
Pre-registration starts Tuesday, June 6. Participants are eligible for prizes for reading. Children earn weekly prizes for reading every day for five days. Teens can take home prizes such as gift cards and adults receive a raffle ticket for prizes once a bingo card is completed.
Special educational and entertaining events take place over the summer as well. Children’s can enjoy Reptile Ron’s Animal Presentation, Thursday, June 22 at 10:30 am, and Wild Child Adventures (Bubbles), Thursday, June 29 at 10:30 am. Adult events include a Spinning Wheel Demonstration on Tuesday, June 13, 6:30 pm -7:30 pm given by Handweavers of the Valley, and a Cooking Class with Chef Jeff on Tuesday, June 20, 6:30 pm -7:30 pm. All events take place at the Exeter Branch Library.
All programs and activities are free thanks to our sponsors. The Exeter Summer Reading Program is, in part, sponsored by Friends of the Library-Exeter and the Friends of Tulare County Library.
For more information call (559) 592-5361 or visit the Exeter Branch Library at 230 E. Chestnut, Exeter.