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Children's and Teens 2011 Summer Reading Program
Attention all kids ages birth thru grade 12:
There is still time to sign up, read and earn prizes for the 2011 Summer Reading Program at the Burlington Public Library!
Youth ages birth through grade 5 may register for the Children’s Summer Reading Program.
Youth in grades 6 and up may register for the Teen Summer Reading Program.
How to register:
1. Sign up (from the library or at home) on www.readsinma/burlingtonma
2. Select either the Children OR Teen tab at the top of the page.
3. Then click on “Sign me up!” to create your account and fill in your information.
4. Stop by the Youth Services desk at the Burlington Public Library to pick up your registration packet and complete your registration. This will include your summer reading log, instructions and calendar of events!
5. As you read, stop by the Youth Services Desk to collect your prizes – and be sure to enter our raffle prize contests!
- You may read any books, magazines, comics, audiobooks that you like!
- Parents may read to their children.
- All reading counts!
Happy reading this summer!
|Where||Burlington Public Library 22 Sears St, Burlington, MA 01803|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||Kids, Teens, Families|
|Price||Free of charge!|
More About Burlington Public Library
Completed in 1968, the current Burlington Public Library replaced the old facility at the Center School, which was too small to accommodate the growing town population. The building was renovated and expanded in 1995 to comply with building accessibility standards and size requirements. The library has more than 91,000 print items and 17,000 non-print items available to the public and more materials are available through inter-library loan. There are meeting rooms of various sizes for group meetings and study sessions and computers are available for use. Passes to many New England museums are available for purchase at the library. There are also notaries public on staff for anyone who needs to have a document notarized. The library also offers reading, educational and fun programs, including computer classes, for children, teens, and adults.