- May 31 - King Library Opens at 1:00 PM
SAN JOSE, Calif. ---San José Public Library’s Summer Reading Celebration kicks off on Saturday, June 18 at all 19 locations. This year’s theme allows participants to travel to a foreign destination through their neighborhood library.
All are welcome to enrich their minds through reading and learning this summer. Signing up for the reading celebration is quick, easy and free. Teens and adults will have the opportunity to register online starting June 18 and create a personal account to record reading accomplishments. Children are invited to stop by their local branch library with a parent or guardian to sign up and pickup a reading passport to track their progress.
Once the sign-up is completed, every eBook, audio book and/or book the participant reads or listens to from June 18 through July 30 will count toward program prize requirements. Full prize details are available at www.sjpl.org/SRC2011. Prizes can be claimed at a local library.
The library will also host a variety of multicultural events for all ages that include live performances, activities and programs. Check the library’s online Calendar page at www.sjpl.org/calendar for event details and listings at all 19 locations.
This year’s Summer Reading Celebration is made possible with additional support from the Friends of the King Library and branch library Friends groups.
For more information on the Summer Reading Celebration contact your local branch library or visit www.sjpl.org/SRC2011.
About San José Public Library
San José Public Library system (SJPL) is the largest public library system between San Francisco and Los Angeles, serving a culturally diverse population of approximately 946,000 in the nation’s 10th largest city. SJPL is recognized across the country for its innovation and leadership in the field and is one of the busiest library systems nationwide, with an annual checkout rate of nearly 14 million items.