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Build A Better World - Kids Summer Reading 2017

About the programs

DeMotte Summer Reading

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Each summer, children entering grades K-5 are invited to come to the DeMotte Library’s Summer Reading Program.

With the extra incentives of prizes and fun, weekly programs for kids of this age that are held in conjunction with the Summer Reading Program, children in this age group will be excited to read, read, read during the summer months.

Check back next year for more information about the next summer reading program, or visit or call the library at 987-2221.

Rensselaer Summer Reading

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Children age preschool through grade 5 won’t want to miss the fun at the Rensselaer Library Summer Reading program.

Children participating in summer reading attend fun programs and crafts each week, while reading books throughout the program that will earn them the chance to win prizes.

Check back next year for more information about the next summer reading program, or visit or call the Rensselaer Library at 866-5881.

Wheatfield Summer Reading

Drawing of kids building a city out of recycled materials.

Kids who like to read and enjoy the summer fun of attending library programs will want to join us at the Wheatfield Library for Summer Reading.

Children who have completed Kindergarten through grade 4 can sign up for the program, and for fun, entertaining weekly programs.

Check back next year for more information about the next summer reading program, or visit or call the Wheatfield Library, 956-3774.

There are no events scheduled at this time. Check back for times and dates of your summer reading happenings! For photos of past summer reading events and programs, check out our flickr page or pinterest board.