Libraries ROCK in Brazoria County
Libraries ROCK in Brazoria County!
Get moving as you read and rock this summer with “Libraries Rock” Summer Reading Clubs! The fun begins on June 1 and runs through July 31 with clubs for kids, teens, and adults. Online registration has begun at bcls.readsquared.com; this site can be accessed by computer, tablet or smartphone. To make it easier to participate, you can sign up for a family and record reading times or register individual family members. You can also wait until June 1 and register for Reading Clubs at any Brazoria County Library!
Everyone has the opportunity to earn prizes by reading. Many branch prizes have been donated by area businesses. Kids and teens are eligible to win County Grand Prizes, which include Insignia tablets, LEGO building sets, and floor pianos (remember the 80’s movie Big!) A set of Grand Prizes will be awarded in four different regions of the county on Saturday, August 4.
Summer reading is also about library events and programs! Each of the system’s 12 libraries offers great activities throughout the summer. Learn about Texas reptiles from Texas Master Naturalists and discover the music of Native American Pow Wows with Brazoria County Historical Museum. Learn about Tesla Coils and the electricity they create. See music programs, magic shows and participate in crafting, gaming, teen parties and much more!
Each library posts a calendar of summer events on their individual web pages and at the library. All programs are free to the public, however, seating and materials for each program are limited. Contact your local library for more information about programs, events, and activities.
Brazoria County Library System’s Summer Reading Clubs will keep you and your family reading and rocking! Join us this summer at a BCLS library near you as we rock this summer!
Sponsors for our Summer Reading Clubs include Brazoria County Library System Foundation, Crocodile Encounter of Angleton, the Houston Zoo, Sonic Drive-ins, Plantation Quilting Guild, and Whataburger.
Visit our webpage for more information: http://bcls.lib.tx.us