Libraries Rock! Visit the library beginning June 3 to register for the Summer Reading Program.

Summer Reading Program 2018

Register for the Summer Reading Program to win great prizes for reading over the summer months! The Plain City Public Library offers a Summer Reading Program for kids (ages 3 – 12), teens (12-17), and adults (18 and up).

Kids will earn rewards for reading for 12 hours over the summer, including a ticket to an exclusive fun-filled party with ice cream sundaes and balloon sculpting! Teens and adults have the chance to win one of two tote bags filled with books, mugs, t-shirts, and other fun prizes. The more you read, the more chances you’ll get!

One child and one teen or adult will win our grand prize: a Kindle Fire!

Please note that every Summer Reading Program participant is required to have their own library card. New library cards are free of charge for children, teens, and adults. All you need to get your own Plain City Public Library Card is a photo I.D. with your current address. Parents/legal guardians may sign for their minor children. Existing fines are not a factor for participation in the Summer Reading Program. Click here for more information about our library card policy or contact the Circulation Desk at 614-873-4912.

The library will also host a series of programs in conjunction with the Summer Reading Program. View our Events newsletter and visit our events calendar to see what’s planned and to register for programs.

Don’t miss the Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series

Summer Reading Program 2018

Listen, learn, sing and dance at the Library all summer long at the Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series! Featuring hip-hop, folk, contemporary, and classic children’s music, there will be something for everyone. These concerts are appropriate for all ages and all are free of charge. Get your wristband for each of these concerts beginning 30 minutes prior for guaranteed admission. For details, visit our Concert Page.

The Libraries Rock! Kids Summer Concert Series is made possible thanks to a grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), awarded by the State Library of Ohio.