Summer Adventure Program Roars to Life for 2021

What's a cat's favorite book? The Great Catsby! This year’s summer reading program — Summer Adventure — is all things animal with the theme “Tales and Tails.” Every other week, participants of all ages will receive a challenge prompt, with five hands-on activity challenges to complete in total from June 1 - July 30. The summer reading program officially kicked off June 1 with an Animal Fair event in collaboration with the Town of Windsor’s History Museum. “We’re diving into this theme by offering tons of animal and story-themed programming and challenges this summer.

Clearview Library District to Kick Off Animal-Themed Summer Reading Program June 1

The Clearview Library District will kick off its annual summer reading program, Summer Adventure, with an Animal Fair at 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 1, at the Windsor History Museum. Registration for Summer Adventure Program is now open at clearviewlibrary.org/sap. With the theme “Tales and Tails,” Summer Adventure Program will run from June 1 through July 30 and will focus on animals and stories. Participants will have a chance to complete five hands-on activities or reading challenges, tailored to each age group.

Library Summer Programs Help Increase Academic Achievement

Thousands of community members of all ages participate in the Clearview Library District’s Summer Adventure Program, engaging in reading and adventure activities throughout the summer months.
Beyond the fun nature of the activities, our Summer Adventure Program provides tangible benefits that can have a lifelong impact, including increased reading and comprehension skills, closure of achievement gaps, and developed interest in and a habit of reading.

Find Your Place at the Library - Celebrate National Library Week April 19-25

Access books. Stream movies. Learn code. Continue learning. Explore a new hobby. Join a book club. Find answers. Start your business. All of this, and more, can be done through your local library. Even when the physical library buildings are closed, you can still access plenty of resources through digital collections.
Since 1958, libraries across the country have been celebrated for the important work they do in their community through the American Library Association’s National Library Week Celebration, held this year April 19-25.