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June 29, 2022

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An “Oceans of Possibilities” for Kids Summer Reading

Come swim in the seas of your imagination and find reading treasures at your library!

Williamson County Public Library System is hosting its free Summer Reading Challenge, “Oceans of Possibilities.” The program asks each participant to read for 20 hours for a free book and give everyone the option of participating in extra fun with side activities for earning digital badges and small prizes.

Visit your home library branch for more information and assistance with signing up. Registration is ongoing from May 19 – July 30. Prizes will be available for pick-up throughout the summer as challenges are completed until Saturday, August 13. Register here.

In addition, WCPLS has a great lineup of guest performers including wildlife, magic, puppets, music and more. View their performer brochure for the WCPLS System for more details.

Pick your reading challenge:

  • Children ages birth – 7th grade
  • Teens ages 7th – 12th grade
  • Adults 19+

You will find a variety of additional fun programs like story times, crafts, movies, reading to therapy dogs, Legos, chess and more at each Williamson County Public Library Branch. Visit the website calendar for all WCPLS libraries for a full list of activities at each location!

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra.