Where Auburn Comes Together!
Griffin Free Public Library’s summer 2022 reading program is about to begin and that means it’s time for Oceans of Possibilities!
The summer program that features the theme of exploring the infinite depths of an ocean of reading will offer book options and programming for patrons for all ages, toddler to adult! There’s something for everyone in the vast ocean of reading!
Plus, participants will be about to digitally record their reading adventures to win prizes and badges.
Here’s how it will work. First, go to griffinfree.beanstack.org to register. Registration is free and you can sign up for a category appropriate for you or your child or teen. (Toddlers 0-5, Children 6-12, Teens 13-17 and Adults 18 and up.) Once registered, you can sign up for book recommendations and other fun activities as you begin your reading journey.
Then, though the summer, stop by the library in person on some Wednesdays and Saturdays for a whole series of Oceans of Possibilities Live events:
Pirate party, Saturday, June 25 at 1pm
Sand painting craft, Wednesday, July 13 at 6pm
Scuba man craft, Saturday, July 16 at 1pm
Shark puppets, Wednesday, July 20 at 6pm
Decoding program, Saturday, August 6 at 1pm
Big Luau Finale, Saturday, August 13 at noon!
AVS students and Pinkerton book lists are in the library. Tuesday and Friday story times will continue through the summer. For adults, books from authors that have appeared at the library for events will be available to for summer reading. A QR code to scan and download a Beanstack app is available to make your reading easy.
And it’s all free!
So, buckle up and get ready to submerge yourself in the Griffin Free Library’s Summer Reading Ocean!