Summer Reading Program
Every summer the library offers a summer reading program for children and adults for all ages. Each summer we explore, learn, and grow together through reading, interactive games and activities, and much more. To keep the fun going all summer, each week has it's own theme. There will be something fun and new to take with you every time you step through the door.
- Book bingos
- Reading logs
- Downtown stroll map
- Weekly grab bags
Summer Reading Program 2023
This summer, we had an average of 105 participants. Each week we had people in various roles of our community share their job and the impact they have on us all. We gave away 10 grand prizes, 54 reading prizes, and 176 summer reading tote bags. Next year's theme is "Adventure Begins at Your Library". Make plans to come travel with us next summer!
Officers from Hartselle PD and the Morgan County Sherriff's office telling the kids about their jobs.
Holt and Wheeler posing with a police cruiser.
Kids exploring the fire truck.
Dr. Sittason teaching the kids how to take care of their teeth.
Jack fighting the cavities off
Mr. Curtis teaching the kids about recycling. Recycle man stopping by to say "Hi!"
Ms. Sarah with her giant toothbrush!
Mayor Garrison reading a book to kids at City Hall.
Mayor Garrison posing for a photo with some of our young library patrons.
Kids getting sno-cones from Ms. Alex and Jackson, one of the volunteers.
Mrs. Michelle passing out fruit on Farmer's Market Day.
Mr. Avery helping hand out fresh bread and honey.
Dr. Amanda telling kids about what it's like being a vet.
Kids patiently waiting to draw prizes and tie dye.
Prize winner, Harrison.
Prize winner, Lucas
Library volunteers and staff helping the kids tie dye.