Summer Reading Program Begins at Southern Oklahoma Library System

Join the Southern Oklahoma Library System (SOLS) for the 2022 Summer Reading Program (SRP), “Oceans of Possibilities.” The annual SRP will feature programs such as balloon artist Robb Holladay, entertainment group Around the World Yo-Yo, music and storytelling by Dino O’Dell, professional magician Jonathan Meyer, extreme animals and more Again ! Join your local SOLS branch for summer movies, crafts, book clubs and launch parties! Participants can win prizes and discover much more during the many programs starting in May and continuing through the summer months.

“We have programs and entertainment planned for all ages and interests,” said Stephanie Way, Youth Services Coordinator. “We are thrilled to host this year’s summer reading program and invite everyone in the community to come celebrate with us.”

All summer reading programs are free, but some may have age requirements. Check with your local library for more information and event dates. It’s all part of this year’s educational and enjoyable affair.

“At SOLS, we appreciate the importance of engaging our youth in literacy and learning, especially during the summer,” said Executive Director Gail Oehler. “This year’s program is filled with activities for the whole family.

The SRP is supported in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.

For more information or to obtain a summer reading schedule, contact any of the Southern Oklahoma Library System branches, including:

Atoka County Library – (580) 889-3555, Champion Public Library – (580) 223-3164, Davis Public Library – (580) 369-2468, Healdton Community Library – (580) 229-0590, Johnston County Library – (580) 371-3006, Love County Library – (580) 276-3783, Parker Memorial Library – (580) 634-2315, Wilson Public Library – (580) 668-2486

For more information, visit our website at www.southernoklibrarysystem.org.

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Ryan H. Bowman