Folktales, fairy tales, and fables - oh my! Readers of all ages are invited to “Imagine Your Story” during this year’s summer reading program at the Boyd County Public Library.
Due to COVID-19, online programming is required this year. While the program will look a bit different, the virtual activities are sure to be just as fun and will include online crafts, guest performers and contests.
The program begins June 1 and participants will record their reading time for prizes. For every hour participants read this summer, they’ll receive points to spend on prizes including bookbags, t-shirts and books.
Registration is underway and continues online at https://thebookplace.beanstack.org/. Visit YouTube https://youtu.be/96sfoLQLzxc and their Facebook page @BoydLibrary to find out more.
Boyd County Public Library is the largest public library in Eastern Kentucky with more than 40,000 patrons and locations in Ashland (1740 Central Ave.), Catlettsburg (2704 Louisa Street) and at the Kyova Mall as well as an online branch at www.thebookplace.org. The library is open seven days a week and offers free resources, programs and events enabling people of any income level to participate and attend. For more information, contact the Boyd County Public Library at 606.329.0090 or visit one of the branches.