July 1, 2015
No matter how old you are, you can join a Nashua Public Library summer reading program and win prizes as you read. The programs open on June 20.
The theme of the Kids’ Summer Reading Program is Every Hero Has a Story. Among the events scheduled are a craft to make superhero masks, cuffs, and capes; Superhero Training Day; live performances by Keith Munslow and Ronald McDonald; and of course the annual Read, White, and Blue Parade. Each week from June 20 to August 20, kids can win prizes for reading. Find out more at www.tinyurl.com/nplkid.
Unmask! is the theme of the Teen Summer Reading Program. Kids entering grades 6 through 12 can come to events like the Villain Escape, Superhero Movie Marathon, Cupcake Wars, and Readathon. Not only will they earn prizes as they log the books they read, they will be raising money for the American Red Cross. Get all the details and sign up at www.nashualibrary.org.
Adults who register for the Adult Summer Reading program, Escape the Ordinary, will earn prizes and raffle tickets as they read. Attending Adult Summer Reading events also earns raffle tickets. Find out more at www.nashualibrary.org/asr.