Library Kicks Off Summer Reading


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Get ready—it’s time for Summer Reading at Verona Public Library! Discover “Oceans of Possibilities” all summer long with books, activities, and virtual and in-person programs. All ages are encouraged to participate. “Our mission is to make a positive difference in our community, and Summer Reading helps us fulfill that mission,” said Claudine Pascale, Library Director. “Research shows the importance of summer reading to prevent summer learning loss in students. Through programs and activities, our goal is to bring a fun summer reading experience to all participating patrons.”

The Children’s Kick-off Event will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. Join us for “Make a Happy Face,” a musical program for young children. There will also be a StoryWalk™ in the Civic Center featuring the book Surf’s Up by Kwame Alexander. Starting on June 11, 2022 kids and teens can pick up reading logs to participate and calendars to stay informed about programming. Adults can register at the circulation desk or online and will earn a raffle ticket for each book or audiobook read. Each age level (Children, Teen, Adult) will have unique programs to attend and different prizes to win.

Find a complete schedule of both in-person and virtual programs including story times, performances and more at

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