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Summer Reading Program kicks off June 10

Carpinteria Community Library’s Summer Reading Program kicks off on Monday, June 10. The theme for the summer is “I Larv-A Good Book,” and one type of insect will be highlighted each week for 10 weeks. Each participant will get a “fieldbook” to keep track of their reading through the summer and qualify to win a weekly small prize.

Storyteller Elaine Muray will launch the summer programming with an engaging collection of stories about bugs on Monday, June 10 at 3:30 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Hall auditorium. All programs at the Library are offered at no cost to participants, and there is something for all ages.