Summer Library Experience

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Sign up for the Youth Summer Library Program today!

Neenah Public Library’s Summer Program for babies through teens – SOAR into Summer Reading – starts on Monday, June 3 and will run through Friday, August 9.  There will be family entertainment with music, magic and trick dogs, weekly storytimes, book groups, STEAM programs, and a reading incentive program.  Registration is open now (in person or online); kids may pick up their reading logs starting Monday, June 3.  Completing the summer reading challenge makes participants eligible to select a free book. All programs and activities are free.

Did you know that reading aloud is the single most important thing you can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning - even if they can read independently!  In fact, reading aloud is so important that the Neenah Public Library has created a new incentive program specifically for those who read aloud to kids.  No registration required, just pick up your reading record starting Monday, June 3.

You can also attend Tuesday Family Programs for children and families on Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m.  A ticket is required for Tuesday Family Programs, as space is limited. Tickets are free and available at the youth desk the Saturday prior to each program.

New this year is Chapter-a-Day offered Mondays-Thursdays at noon.  Kids ages 18 and under can pick up a free lunch at the library and enjoy it while listening to books read aloud by your favorite librarians.

To learn more about all of our programs this summer, visit our calendar of events page.

All programs are free and sensory friendly.  Everyone is welcome and celebrated.  There is no right way to join in!  For specific information about any program, call (920) 886-6335, or email youthdesk@neenahlibrary.org.

Visit our kid's page to discover more resources available for youth.