Summer Reading Program STARTS ON MONDAY!

Summer Reading Fun!
June 6th – July 16, 2022
Explore the Oceans of Possibilities with our FREE Summer Reading Program!
June 6 – 11
Join us for our ocean-themed programs
They’re all FREE!
Ocean Craft: Shore is Fun – For Ages 6-11 years old
Wednesday, June 8 | 2 pm This workshop is full.
A 3:30 pm workshop is being added.
Call MRL to register as this workshop will fill quickly. 765-966-8291
Location: Bard Room
You will have the opportunity to decorate a wood treasure box to keep all your secret finds.
Beacon of Light: Summer Teen Event – For Ages 12-18 years old
Wednesday, June 8, | 3 – 4 pm | Sign Up
Location: Courtyard or Teen Space
Lighthouse will be the subject we will be learning about in this program. You will learn about the architecture of a lighthouse and be able to create your own lighthouse that you can use as a nightlight. Registration is not required but appreciated due to the limited amount of supplies.
Wednesday, June 8 | 6:00 pm | Sign Up
Tune in for the Virtual Program – Teens and Adults
Meet and talk with Errin Stevens author of the Mer-chronicles fantasy series. The series includes Updrift, Breakwater, and Outreach. Meet the Blakes a mysterious beach-dwelling family intent on inducting certain characters into their watery world. Stories include tortured princes, sociopathic bureaucrats, and kidnappings. 
Errin is a paranormal suspense author from Minnesota where she lives with her family. Visit to learn more about Errin’s world.  
Join Zoom Meeting: Errin Stevens
Meeting ID: 854 5678 7570
Passcode: 294094
Thursday, June 9 | 2 – 3 pm
Location: Bard Room 
Thursday, June 9 | 3 – 4 pm
Location: Bard Room
Safety education aims to empower children with skills and knowledge that will lessen the likelihood of them becoming victims of childhood sexual abuse. We teach boundaries, consent, and respect. Program presented by A Better Way.
This year’s premier sponsor for the Summer Reading Program is the Friends of Morrisson-Reeves Library. The Wayne County Foundation is also sponsoring library programs through the Challenge Match program.