Summer Reading Club 2016

For Kids


Build a Better World

is the theme for this year's Summer Reading Club  at the John Ed Keeter Public Library of Saginaw. The fun begins on Wednesday, June 7 and goes through Saturday, July 29 for children ages 0 to 5th grade.

Get ready for all kinds of fun:

animal programs, bubbles, music, science, magic, crafts, our annual carnival, and, of course, READING! We will host educational and fun programs throughout June and July that promote the love of books and the success of reading.

Kids can read (or have someone read to them)

ANY books, magazines, comics, etc. from the Library or from somewhere else. Keep track of the time spent reading on their reading log (available at the Library starting June 8th). Kids receive prizes as they reach different levels.

Download the SRC brochure

or find out more at the Library!

For Teens


Teens (completed 6th-12th grade)

 will have weekly programs that include movies, gaming, writing classes, snakes, and hands-on science and art. Middle school and high school students can read a book, ebook or comic or listen to an audiobook and enter weekly drawings for prizes. Snacks are always provided for teen events.

Find out more about Teen Programs

or visit the Library!
A music program during the 2015 SRC
For more information about the 2017 Summer Reading Club: click here to download the brochure, email us, or call us at 817-230-0300 ext. 8.
build a better world