Bryan Main Library Summer Reading

“Tales and Tails” for Summer Reading at Bryan Main Library

The Bryan Main Library invites area children and teens to take part in “Tails and Tales” for the summer reading programs of 2021. Summer Reading starts the week of June 7 this year at the Bryan Main Library! Open to teens and children of all ages, summer reading is a passive library program that rewards younger readers for continuing their reading outside of the school year. While supplies last, participants can earn a different prize each week, and everyone who participates in summer reading has the chance to win a raffle prize at the end of July. Registration starts now and is open until June 7, so make sure to stop in to the library and sign up to start earning reading rewards!

Weekly themed programs will also be held throughout the summer. Mondays will have story times at 11:00 am that will be geared towards Preschool aged children, however children of all ages are welcome to attend. Library staff members will read books filled with imaginative tales your kids will love!

The Bryan Main Library is proud to offer a new and exciting program for the youth of our community. Beginning on Tuesday, June 8 the library will hold its first meeting for the, “Plant and Plate Club”! Open to ages 8 through 15 years old, this gardening/cooking club will meet biweekly on Tuesdays from 4:00 to 5:30 pm. Our goal is to allow participants to learn how to grow, shop for, and make their own food in a safe, informative class with people their own age. Parents and guardians are welcome to join, although their attendance is not required. This program has a limited amount of spots available, and registration is required.

Starting on June 15, “Art Works” will be held biweekly on Tuesdays, from 4:00 to 5:00 pm. In this program, for ages 9 through 12 years old, participants will make crafts, learn about different types of art, and develop a host of creative skills. Workshops will take place every other week, through July 27, in the library. Register to attend.

Calling all master builders, Lego Club is returning to the library! Starting on June 10, Lego Club will meet on Thursdays, from 4:00 to 5:30 pm. Open to ages 8 and older, join us each week for free building, challenges, and more! Registration is required to attend.

 Fridays, beginning on June 11, will be “Storytime in the Park” at 10:00 am. June 11 story time will be at the Hitt Park. Mattie Marsh Park will be the location for June 18. Enjoy story time at Moore Park on June 25. July 9, 16, and 23 will bring story times to Garver Park, East End Park, and Roseland Park respectively. The library is so excited to bring our reading programs to the park this summer, and welcome families and kids of all ages to attend!

All programs are FREE to attend. Current COVID-19 social distancing procedures will be followed at all events. For programs that require registration, or to sign up for summer reading, please stop in to the Bryan Main Library, located at 107 East High Street, or call 833-633-7323 x 221.


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