Summer Learning

An illustrated figure made out of books plays an electric guitar. "LIBRARIES ROCK!" is written at the bottom.The Marshall-Lyon County Library’s annual summer learning program for children is designed with three goals in mind:

  • To nurture a love of reading
  • To captivate children in a variety of fun learning activities
  • To help students maintain and grow their learning and reading abilities during summer vacation

Events vary by home library. Take-home activities vary by reading level.

Take-home activity logs and prizes for completing them are available for Pre-Readers, Readers, and Advanced Readers. Complete 15 activities to win a free book! Complete all 30 activities to win a cloth book bag!

Additional programs are also available for infants and older teens.

The Summer Learning Program ended August 31st.
Check back in May 2019 for information on the 2019 summer program!

  • Resource Sheets

    Download Learning Lab and Do It! sheets for Pre-Readers, Readers, and Advanced Readers here.

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  • Summer Learning Events

    Explore events related to the Summer Learning Program at all branches.

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  • Teen Summer Library Challenge

    Ages 13 through 19 can participate in the Teen Summer Challenge. Click for more info.

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