Celebrate summer with Washoe County Library System's community-wide Summer Reading Program. This year's theme, A Universe of Stories, coincides with NASA's 60 years of achievement and its celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo moon landing.
Children and teens who complete the program, earning at least 600 points by reading books and attending library events, will receive a free book and book bag.
As we kick off the 2019 Summer Reading Program, you are invited to attend a launch party at one of our branches. (See our calendar of events for dates and times.) There will be a universe of games and refreshments, and time to sign up for the program.
This four-week series will introduce teens and adults to the logical, sequential nature of coding. Discover what coding is and what coding can do through a variety of group activities and hands-on exercises.
Every week is different and builds on the previous class, so plan on attending all four sessions. Must be 13 years or older. Registration is required.
The Washoe County Library System has partnered with the Food Bank of Northern Nevada to provide free, nutritious meals to children and youth ages 1-18, during summer break. These meals will be offered at five library branches and must be eaten on site.
Downtown Reno Library: 7 days a week, 11:30 am–noon
North Valleys Library: Tuesday–Saturday, 12:30–1 pm
Sierra View Library: Monday–Saturday, 11:30–noon
Sparks Library: Monday–Saturday, 12:15–12:45 pm
This program meets local health department approval and is sponsored by various community organizations. Contact the Food Bank of Northern Nevada for more information at 775-331-3663 or visit their website at fbnn.org.
If you are interested in volunteering for Kids Café Free Summer Meals Program, please contact Andrea Tavener at email@example.com.
The inaugural issue of our new quarterly publication, the Washoe County Library Explorer, has arrived. This issue features all the events scheduled at all Washoe County Libraries for the next three months.