Children, teens, young adults, and adults: Summer Library Club 2016 ends on Sunday, July 31!

Watch this space for an update on the $1,000 food pantry donation from Barrington Bank & Trust.

Why join the Summer Library Club? Summer learning opportunities lead to higher graduation rates and positive effects on children’s self-esteem, confidence, and motivation. Kids who join Summer Library Club read, play, and stay curious all summer long, at home, at the library, or on the go. That lessens the effect of learning loss, which often occurs during time off from school. 

Pre-Readers (Birth – K)
Collect stickers for library visits and receive a free book. New for this year: Kids and caregivers may receive a bonus prize when they complete fun challenges at home that encourage early literacy skills.

Readers (Entering grades K – 8)
Keep track of your reading this summer to earn a free book and book bucks to spend on library prizes! Complete challenges and earn more book bucks, as well as online badges!

For Young Adults/Adults:
Books Change Lives |

May 23 - July 31

• Community goal: 1,000 books read! Barrington Bank and Trust will donate $1,000 to Barrington Township   Food Pantry and Cuba Township Food Pantry ($500 each.)
• Individual goal: Read and log five books for club completion.

Just for Young Adults (Grades 9 – 12):

• Receive a sticker for signing up.

• Teens that complete the five book goal will be entered to win a gift card. 4 winners in all.