Readers of all ages will explore all things in the ocean this summer as The Helena Public Library presents "Oceans of Possibility“.
The 2022 Summer Reading Program is open to anyone from preschool through grown-up and; offers programs, FUN prizes and drawings. Activities include virtual story times, videos, take home crafts, and the “Reading Program” where you read for prizes.
Registration for “Oceans of Possibility” begins on June 1.
All programs are free of charge.
Registration and Logging for Prizes
For Juvenile, Intermediate, and Young Adult
- Registration is easy. Come by the library and pick up a registration bag at the front desk. In it will be some goodies and a log for you to keep track of all the books you read this summer.
- The Librarians will keep a duplicate log at the desk. (We will need your name and grade for our log)
- After you read a book write it in your log
- When you are ready, bring your log to the library to claim your prize(s).
Summer Reading Program Events:
June 6 -Kick-Off McWane Science Center 10:30am and 2:30pm at City Hall
June 8– Teen Kick-Off Mosaic Art Craft 2:30pm at Library
June 15– Wild West Show 10:30am and 2:30pm at City Hall
Jun 29- Visit with the Helena Fire Department 2:30pm at City Hall
July 6-Visit with the Helena Police Department 2:30pm at City Hall
July 13– Teen Close-out Book Bingo 2:30pm at Library
July 15– Final Event with Musician Jim Aycock 10:30am and 2:30pm at City Hall
July 21-End of Summer Celebration for Grown-ups 5:45pm at Library
Weekly Events at the Library