June 1, 2017
No matter how old you are, you can join a Nashua Public Library summer reading program starting June 19.
This summer’s theme is “Build a Better World.” Readers of all ages can go online to log their reading, earn raffle tickets and prizes, and come to special events at the library.
Kids can look forward to watching a magic show, building fairy houses, marching in the Red, White, and Blue Parade, meeting live animals, and more. They can log their reading at www.tinyurl.com/kidsr2017. On that page, parents and caregivers can set up and manage the whole family’s—kid, teen, and adult—summer reading logs and challenges.
The events for ages 12 to 17 begin with Build a Better Cupcake on June 23 and end with breakout escape rooms and a pizza party on August 18. Not only will teens earn prizes as they read, they will raise money for End 68 Hours of Hunger. To get all the details and sign up, go to www.tinyurl.com/tsr2017.
Adults can get inspired to Build a Better World by attending library events about rescuing dogs, eating sustainably, living with mental illness, and understanding Islam. To find out more, go to www.tinyurl.com/adultsr2017.
And for all ages, Nashua Library ComicFest is back this year by popular demand. It will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 22. Go to www.nashualibrary.org/comicfest for more information.