SummerQuest at Bosler Memorial Library

2020 Bosler Memorial Library SummerQuest -- Read, Learn, Explore, Discover -- June 6 through August 16

Program Booklet

SummerQuest Website

Program Registration

SummerQuest at Bosler Memorial Library is open to children, teens, and adults. At any age and any stage, reading is an essential part of a healthy, happy, and fulfilling life. As children, reading is the most significant skill that can be developed for lifelong success. As adults, reading alleviates stress and models for children the fun and value of reading as part of your daily life. As seniors, reading is a valuable way to keep your mind sharp. Summer reading is not only a part of the year-round reading experience for many, but for children it is of critical importance.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

During the summer months children lose up to two months of learning from the previous school year. Reading during the summer months is the most effective way for children to avoid suffering from what researchers call the "summer slide" and library summer learning clubs are a free and fun way to ensure that children experience quality reading and programming opportunities.

 

To learn more about SummerQuest, refer to our

2020 SummerQuest Booklet (not currently available).

 

SummerQuest is open to everyone. All programs are free of charge; however, donations are accepted to support SummerQuest.

 

SummerQuest Website

Check out our SummerQuest Website provided by Beanstack! With our website when you log your reading, either books or minutes, you earn points and unlock badges. These help you earn prizes! In addition to reading, you can also log activities and earn points and badges for those as well. Check it out here: SummerQuest Website.

 

Registration for Children, Teen and Adult Programs

Bosler Memorial Library now offers online program registration. To register for programs during the Summer Quest, please visit our event calendar and click on the event you would like to register for. Please be advised, when registering for a program with multiple sessions (such as a storytime) you are registering for all sessions. If you cannot access the online registration, you can also call the library at (717) 243-4642 to register. Not all programs require registration, see individual descriptions for details.

 

We generously thank the following for sponsoring our SummerQuest: Jerry and Ellen Hair Foundation, F&M Trust, and The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation.

 

 

Page Updated

April 06, 2020