Imagination and Adventure Awaits at the Library!
Where will reading take you this summer?
The Boise Public Library wants to take you on a journey of adventure and imagination through their Summer Reading Program.
The 2018 Summer Reading program encourages readers of all ages to explore new genres or dive deeper into old favorites. Themes include: Adventure, Comics, Fantasy, History, Horror, Mystery, and Sci-Fi. Summer Reading Cards with interactive prompts and activities are available at any Boise Public Library location. Participants will earn a free book after completing 5 activities and be eligible for the Grand Prize drawings at the end of the program.
Summer Reading kicks off June 1 at all Boise Public Library locations. Visit the Boise Public Library to learn more and to register.
More Summer Activities
The Boise Public Library is always adding new and exciting activities for you and your family -- check the calendar for updates. Here are few special events:
Friends Summer Reading Sale
June 8-9, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
LEGO® Summer Challenge – Bown Crossing
June 6-July 25 (Wednesdays), 2-3 p.m.
Lego-Lover's skills are put to the test with a new challenge each week!
STEM Mini Camps (Collister location)
June 5-29, 3-5 p.m.
A three-week series designed to grow STEM skills while having fun with 3D Design and Printing, Building and Coding Robots and Coding with Raspberry Pi©.
Boise Comic Arts Festival (BCAF) at JUMP
August 25-26, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Formerly Library Comic Con, BCAF inspires creators of all ages by creating opportunities for discovery and collaboration between local and international artists.
Published: May 23, 2018