Summer Reading Program

Schedule of Programs

Oceanography - June 8
Presented by Johnathon Davis

Gator Country - June 15
*Location: Riverside Pavilion - 708 Simmons Drive*

Beneath the Surface - June 22
Presented by Stark Museum of Art

Water Cycles - June 29
Presented by Houston Museum of Natural Science
*10:30am to 12:pm*

Science Superstars - July 6
Presented by Beaumont Childrens Museum

Sail the High Seas with Captain Jack - July 13
Presented by Incredible Events

Programs will take place in the Library's Meeting Room from 10:30am to 11:30am. The programs are open to children going into 1st through 6th grades.  Children must sign up for the Summer Reading Program to attend any of the weekly programs. Attendance is not mandatory and is free of cost.

Purpose: 

To encourage students to read throughout the summer in order to maintain and increase reading skills they have developed during the school year.

To attend: 

Be an area student going into grades 1st through 6th.

How to participate: 

Read whatever you would like to read at your own pace.  No book reports are required. Upon registration, you will receive a book bag and a reading log to record how much time you read or someone reads to you.  Turn in your reading log on July 20 and receive Library Bucks to spend at the Library Store.  

Library cards are free to City of Orange residents.  Non-residents may purchase a student card for $5.00. 

*Due to limited seating, only students will be allowed inside the meeting room for each program, except the Library Carnival.  Parents are required to remain inside the Library for the duration of the program.