Summer Reading Program for Adults

Summer is here! Adults, don't fret, there's a summer reading program for you too! Do you have fond memories of reading to earn rewards every summer as a kid? Or, perhaps regret that you didn't participate in Summer Reading? Are you new to the concept of a summer reading program entirely, and just love reading books? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Lavonia-Carnegie and Royston Libraries’ Adult Summer Reading Program is perfect for you! Join us in an exploration, and celebration, of books this summer under the theme of "Build a Better World." Fill out a slip for every book you read- the more you read, the more chance you have to win a prize – a perfect reward for all your hard reading!

In connection with the Adult Summer Reading Program, the book clubs at each library will hold book discussions. Contact the circulation desk for more information.

Summer Reading Program for Teens

Pick up a reading log at the circulation desk. Read 10 age appropriate books and receive a “Build a Better World” Earbuds and Phone Stand.

We will be hosting the following summer programs for Young Adults. When you attend an event your name will be entered for a “Build a Better World” Sports Bag. The drawing will take place at the last program and refreshments will be served.

On Thursday, June 8 and July 13 @ 3:30 PM, young adults ages 8 & up are invited to join us for Lego Club. Lego blocks will be provided.

On Thursday, June 22 and July 20 @ 3:30 PM, young adults ages 8 & up are invited to our Family Game Day. Board games will be provided, but you can bring your favorite board or card game with you.

Free and open to public. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.