2021 SUMMER LIBRARY PROGRAM (SLP)
Tails and Tales SLP
The Summer Program ends August 9.  Be sure to turn in your completed logs by 8:00 PM on August 9.

 

The 2021 statewide Summer Library Program (SLP) theme is “Tails and Tales”! The Plumb SLP will follow this theme by offering seven (7) weeks of animal-focused FREE “things to do” for children (ages 3-12), teens (13+) and adults.

By registering for the Plumb SLP, you are promising to TRY your best to read, attend events, and complete activities, challenges, BINGO cards and logs during the program dates! Prizes will be earned! Do what you can, when you can! It’s easy! Just remember to SLP – Sign-up, Log, Participate!

For more information, go to the Summer Program page.

For event information, go to the Event Calendar.

 

Book Reviews courtesy of BookPage.com
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