Summer Reading Club 2023: Journey Through Time / Un Voyage Dans Le Temps
SRC 2023: JOURNEY THROUGH TIME
Registration is CLOSED!
This year Summer Reading Club is back IN PERSON, in the library with SEVEN weeks of fun activities designed to engage school-aged children, ages 5-14, with libraries and reading throughout the summer!
From July 4th to August 18th, engage in weekly workshops, book clubs, and/or reading challenges and rumpus room Fridays! Watch out for a live theatre event on Tuesday, July 18th!
From the big bang at the start of the universe to the fantastic future, this year’s SRC will have you tripping the light fantastic right on through the time-space continuum!
If you missed out on registration, or otherwise can’t attend summer reading club in person this year, don’t worry, there are still many ways to participate!
- Jr Book Club pick: Egg Marks the Spot OR
- Sr Book Club Pick: The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, Book 1
Want MORE?! Check out the virtual-only option through the province-wide BC Summer Reading Club portal! Starting on June 18th, you can:
- Sign up for the online reading tracker with virtual badges!
- Follow along with weekly activities and contests!
For more information, or assistance, please email the Summer Project Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: Summer Reading Club programs are best suited for children ages 5+. Adult supervision is required for children 7 and younger. Full details below:
Children are an important part of the community the library serves and are encouraged to use the library and attend programs with the supervision of an adult. This supervision may take the form of an adult co-attending a program or remaining within the library for the duration of a program. In either case, caregivers are responsible at all times for the safety and behaviour of their children in the library and must be available to provide any necessary support to their child in library programs.
PRPL does not provide childcare through its services and programs and cannot assume responsibility for children left unattended in the library or at a program. Children who wish to leave a library program may choose to do so and will not be accompanied by staff.