16 May Summer Reading: Summer Under the Stars
Our annual Summer Reading program is back! This year, we are celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial or more specifically, A Summer Under the Stars: 200 Summers in Indiana.
Adults, teens and kids are all encouraged to participate in summer reading to win free prizes, books, gift cards and more! The program beings June 1 and wraps up on July 31 with finale parties at both buildings on July 29! Begin registering today, online or at either library location so you’re all set to read and record your pages on June 1.
In addition to reading, we want to encourage you to explore the rich history of your community through a countywide passport program developed by the five library systems across the county and Hamilton Tourism. Learn something new and collect a stamp for each location you visit.
The library will continue its Indiana Bicentennial celebrations with special programming through-out the summer! Professor Steve will amuse and delight on June 9 at the Noblesville Library as he presents the Science of Basketball. Learn more about Hoosier critters as Animali’s Indiana Animals brings a red-tailed hawk, opossum, raccoon, skunk and map turtle for you to experience at the Fishers Library on June 9 and the Noblesville Library on July 28. Visit our Indiana Bicentennial page for specific programming information and more bicentennial resources.