Everyone in Williamson County is invited to join the Williamson County Public Library’s Summer Library Program and attend the fun programs and events planned for all ages. There is a summer reading program for everyone, no matter your age, so so plan to visit the library today! Visit wcpltn.org to learn about each program and the fun events planned.
This summer’s theme, Fizz, Boom, READ! for our younger patrons explores all kinds of science topics from wild animals to super science and more. We want to keep your children reading and learning all summer. Children who join the summer library program keep their minds active and enter school in the fall ready to learn and ready to succeed. Stop by the Children’s Department to get the activity log for exploring books and the library resources to earn a summer reading prize.
Teens are encouraged to Spark A Reaction by reading to win! Youth 12 to 18 can enter up to 3 book reviews for a chance to win an iPad mini, a Kindle Fire or a Barnes & Noble gift card. Entering is easy, you can visit the Teen Room to get the form and fill it out or if you’d rather do it electronically, reviews can be submitted via email to Mr. Phillip, the Young Adult Librarian, at email@example.com, or DM us on Twitter via our wcpltn account.
Adult readers, 19 and older, can read and submit reviews to win prizes from a range of local businesses and the library. There is a summer reading display in between the main staircase on the first floor of the library box with books to read and the entry box and forms. The display encourages the exploration of the Literary Elements, the different genres of literature.
Events range from family fun for everyone with movies and magic shows to unique shows for each age group. Check the calendar on the library website to find the programs that you and your family don’t want to miss!
The Williamson County Public Library is located at 1314 Columbia Avenue in Franklin with branches in Bethesda, Fairview, College Grove, Leiper’s Fork and Nolensville. Summer reading fun can be found all over Williamson County!