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Summer reading begins at township library

Bloomfield Township Public Library is launching All Together Now, its summer reading program for all ages, from Tuesday, June 20-Friday, August 11.

Children, teens, and adults are invited to rediscover the joy of reading for fun and adventure. All who register are eligible to enter weekly drawings and win prizes.

A summer reading kick off and food truck rally will take place at the library on Tuesday, June 20, at 6 p.m. Three food trucks, Waka by Baobab Fare, Wizard Food Truck, and D’Vine Cookies will be set up in the parking lot for patrons to purchase food and enjoy on the library terraces. From 6:30-8 p.m., patrons are invited to register for the reading challenge and engage in games and activities for all ages, including walking track trivia and duck hunts.

“We love this program as it helps students avoid the summer slide and also read for fun, exploring what they find interesting,” said Shayna Connolly, Adult Services librarian. “Adults are also encouraged to join in the fun tracking their reading progress and entering to win prizes. We have a very exciting summer planned.”

Other summer events include the Library Card Design Contest, concerts, a puzzle tournament, game day, movies, workshops, story times, and several book clubs for adults. 

Sign up for All Together Now begins on Tuesday, June 20, in person or online at All reading activities must be logged by August 11to be eligible for prizes such as “Love My Library” lawn signs, swag bags, and gift cards.


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