The Loudoun County Public Library summer reading program kicked off on Monday at all seven branches and will run through August 6.
The annual program offers hands-on experiences, educational programs, first-class entertainment and a full variety of resources and formats for every age. Highlights for children and families include live musical, visiting authors, professional artists, and chances to win prizes.
The teen program is designed especially for ages 12 to 18 and includes imovie workshops, live music, a film competition and the 3rd annual anime-con. Adults who participate and complete their challenges are automatically entered for a chance to win a NookColor.
Interested participants can register at a branch and pick up a challenge card filled with fun, interactive challenges for every age to complete during the program. All ages – from birth to senior citizens - are encouraged to join.