The Fort Scott Public Library’s 6th -12th grades summer reading program will begin on May 31 at 4 p.m. with a kickoff party at the Keyhole, across from the high school. The party will run from 4 – 6 p.m.
Partygoers will play board, card, video, and billiard games, eat delicious treats, drink cold water
provided by G & W Cash Saver and soda, and earn library loot, which may be used to “buy” prizes throughout the summer. Throughout the summer, teens will meet at 4 pm on Wednesdays to play games, do art projects, participate in volunteer efforts, and
celebrate through special parties from May 31 to August 9.
Teens may register for summer reading at the party, or skip the line and preregister at this link: Online SR Registration Form. They may also register via a paper form available at the library. Patrons may turn in completed registration forms at any library desk or by placing them in the after-hours book return, located on the north side of the library.
This party is made possible by a partnership with the Keyhole. All library programs are free and open to the public.