CRD library summer reading program in full swing

Children throughout the Cariboo are encouraged to join the 2012 Summer Reading Club taking place throughout the summer months.

Children throughout the Cariboo are encouraged to join the 2012 Summer Reading Club taking place throughout the summer months at the 100 Mile House, Quesnel and Williams Lake Cariboo Regional District Branch Libraries.

The Summer Reading Club is a free program sponsored by the British Columbia Library Association, and is designed for children ages three to 12, to encourage excitement about reading. Regular reading during the summer helps children to maintain, or even improve reading and literacy skills. The theme for this year’s program is “Strange…but true.”

Registration is easy and convenient. Simply visit one of the participating library branches during regular hours and ask for a registration form from the library front desk staff. Spaces are available in the Williams Lake program for three- to five-year olds, in Quesnel for children aged nine to 12, while all sessions in the 100 Mile House branch still have openings.

For further details on the Williams Lake program, contact its co-ordinator at wlsrcoordinator@cariboord.bc.ca or 250-392-3630, or visit cln.bc.ca for all current library service program offerings.