Summer Reading Program and Virtual Kickoff Event
The Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System (ARCPLS) invites readers of all ages to participate in the Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program June 1 through August 6. Reach your reading goals to earn individual prizes and be entered into special prize drawings throughout the summer while supplies last. The virtual kickoff event takes place June 1- June 5 on the Augusta Library Facebook page @ARCPLS. The animal themed event will feature programs in collaboration with the Savannah River Site Ecology Lab, Where the Wild Things Are Rescue, Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, and so many more.
Registration for Summer Reading will be online at arcpls.beanstack.org. Pre-registration will begin Tuesday, May 18. If you don’t have computer access, come visit your local ARCPLS branch and our staff will help you get signed up. Reading requirements vary depending on the age of the participants. All participants must complete and submit their online reading logs between Tuesday, June 1 and Friday, August 6. This is a great opportunity for all walks of life to participate in reading and fun during the summer time. For more information contact Carrie Koerber at 706-821-2631 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Animated animals starting from the left to the right, tiger, zebra, elephant, toucan, and a mongoose on top of the elephants head reading a book. They are holding a banner that says tails and tales. The first tails meaning and spelled like an animal tail, the second spelling and meaning, a tale from a story book.