Read and complete activities all summer and earn prizes! Register online starting June 1.
Youth ages 0-12
Read for 30 blocks of 20 minutes and try 6 activities. All reading counts! Try listening to an audio book, browsing an eBook or newspaper, or pick up a graphic novel or comic book! Activities can also be anything new you’ve tried over the summer. Everything counts! You will receive a free book for the first time signing up and a free book your first time finishing a log! Every completed log will qualify you to enter the $1,000 scholarship raffle, as well as a drawing for a weekly $20 gift card to Target, Barnes and Nobles, Starbucks, Amazon and more! Last day to complete logs will be August 31st.
Teens ages 13-18 Read or listen to 5 books, write a short review, and list 6 new activities you did this summer. All reading and activities counts! You will receive a free book for the first time signing up. Complete your reviews and activities by August 31 and receive a drawing ticket for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship or a Nintendo Switch Lite, with 128 GB SD card and the game Animal Crossing.
Adults ages 19 and up Read or listen to 5 books, write a short review, and list 6 activities you did this summer. All reading and activities count! Complete your reviews and activities by August 31 and be entered in a drawing to win a Kindle Fire as well as other prizes!
Register, track your progress, and complete the challenge online at www.summerlearners.org. You will need to fill out the Finisher Form in order to be eligible for prizes including the $1,000 scholarship. Youth ages 0-12 who have registered for the Summer Learning Challenge for the first time and/or finished their first Summer Learning Challenge log are eligible for a free prize book!Due to COVID-19 library staff are coordinating prize book pick up via a curbside service for youth ages 0-18. Sign up for Summer Learning Curbside Service. A staff member will coordinate with you to setup an appointment.
After you finish the program please complete a brief survey: