Summer programs return to Jackson-George Regional Library System

Summer library programs offer an ocean of possibilities. The Jackson and George Regional Library System is hosting an array of summer activities, the first ones back in person since 2019.

This year’s ‘Oceans of Possibilities’ reading program for children is designed to help kids discover our oceans and marine life along with the pleasure of reading.

Programs and events will encourage children to be active and interested in reading and checking out books at their library.

All programs will bring amazing special guests, story times, special animals, and so much more.

Weekly programs for each of the three age groups will include pre-school story time, grade-school programs, and youth/teen programs. Youth Services Coordinator Bethany Carlisle said, “For the kids in the summer, it gives them a way to engage. It’s another learning act when they’re outside of school. It’s a lot of fun. We’re building a lot of good memories going forward about the library, plus we got them in there using our library resources.”

The program runs from June 6th to July 14th. For more information and downloadable schedules, visit www.jgrls.org.

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