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Summer Reading 2023

Beginning June 1, you can sign up for Summer Reading at Cambridge City Public Library or online at Readers of all ages are welcome to compete for drawing prizes. Reading more books increases your chances of winning the drawing for your age category.

Did you know that children who read over the summer break have a much easier time picking up where they left off, ready to learn when school starts up again in August? We encourage parents and caregivers to read a book every day to your pre-readers and sign them up for summer reading as well. All of the public libraries in Wayne County have great summer reading programs with lots of fun activities and prizes, so head to your local library to get started!

We are partnering with the Golay Center to present our larger programs in their meeting room, and kids enrolled in the Super Summer Fun program will be able to attend.


June 7 - 2 pm at the Golay Center

Hedgehog Hannah will bring a fun and furry Animal Show to the Golay Center.


June 21 - 2 pm at the Golay Center

The Purdue Extension Office will present will talk about gradients and water flow.


Every Tuesday in June at 2 pm

Ms. Kim reads stories at the Golay Center.

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July 12 - 2 pm at the Golay Center

Touch a Truck in the back parking lot at the Golay Center.


July 26 - 2 pm at the Library

The Lincoln Marching Band perform at the Library. 


July 11, 18, and 25 at 2 pm

Ms. Kim reads stories at the Golay Center.

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