Young Adult Programs

SUMMER READING IS HERE!

Summer Reading: How It Works

✯ Register anytime between June 13 & July 8 and keep track
    of the books or minutes you read this summer on your
    Reading Log.

✯ Register online (paper copies available upon request).

✯ Download a Reading Log or get one at curbside pickup in
    Montpelier or member towns.

✯ Turn in your Reading Log by August 28.

✯ Come to the library in August for a certificate and prizes.

Thanks to Bear Pond Books and

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks

for books and creemees!

A NOTE TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS

 

Most of our Summer Reading programming will be

presented online this year.

All live programs will require preregistration to ensure proper social distancing in accordance with state safety regulations.

Please respect these measures to help us make
Summer Reading safe for everyone.

SUMMER READING PROGRAMS FOR OLDER KIDS & TEENS

 ✯​ Imaginary Portrait Gallery—July & August

  • If you could be a character in a story, what would you look like?
    Submit your artwork and we’ll create a gallery of your characters in the Library windows and online. Draw, paint, take a photo, sculpt, do collage—the only limit is your imagination!

  • Recommended for all ages.

Digital Escape Room—Saturday, August 1

  • Try to escape from a digital world of Fairy Tales. You think you know these stories? Do you know them well enough to find your way out?
    Contact Nicole Westbom for more information.
     

Shakespeare Camp—A Midsummer’s Night Dream

  • Camp will be taking a different format this summer. Details will be released as we figure out the new configuration for a small group, socially distant Shakespeare experience.
    Contact Nicole Westbom for more information.