On Saturday June 24, the Royal Oak Public Library kicked-off the “All Together Now” Summer Reading Program in Centennial Commons. People can sign up for summer reading and enjoy fun activities, such as a climbing wall, a bounce house, face painting, book sales from the Friends of the Library and more. The Summer Reading Program is open to people of all ages, from babies through adults. Each program includes a reading component and a variety of activities designed for anyone to earn badges, prizes and entries into the various prize drawings.
Tracking can be done using the Beanstack app or with a paper log. Starting June 24, visit ropl.beanstack.org to register or find the Beanstack app at the App Store or on Google Play.
For details on the Youth Summer Reading Program, visit https://ropl.org/1571/Youth-Summer-Reading-Program-2023. For details on the Adult Summer Reading Program visit https://ropl.org/1688/Adult-Summer-Reading-Program-2023.
You may also find programs and events in our event calendar at ropl.evanced.info/signup.
The Summer Reading Program is sponsored financially by the Friends of the Royal Oak Public Library and Michigan Schools & Government Credit Union.
The Royal Oak Public Library is located at 222 E 11 Mile Road, Royal Oak, Michigan 48067. For more information, please call 248-246-3700 or visit our website at www.ropl.org.