By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The San Bernardino County Library has partnered with our Regional Parks to offer Summer Reading Performers in the Park. Performers vary each day and a variety of family-friendly shows are in the line-up. Each show begins at 4 p.m., but arrive early for pre-show fun.
Participants of the Summer Reading Program will receive a lanyard and tag when they register. Show this lanyard at the gatehouse of Glen Helen Park for $2 off the vehicle admission price (normally $8, $6 with discount). Don’t forget to sign up for the Summer Reading Program to read and earn rewards throughout the summer.
- Glen Helen Regional Park is at 2555 Glen Helen Parkway, in San Bernardino, Phone number: 909-887-7540, visit park website for operating hours at parks.sbcounty.gov/glenhelenregionalpark
- Performers occur every Monday and Wednesday at 4 p.m. starting Monday, June 7 and running through Wednesday, July 28. There will be no performer on Monday, July 5, although the park will be open.
- Arrive early. Each performer day will have a number of pre-show activities including a scavenger hunt to earn a ticket for a special drawing, fun activities, Live DJ.
- Free Kona Ice for the first 100 people to visit the Library booth starting at 3 p.m. on each performer day.
The San Bernardino County Library offers a Summer Reading Program each year to reward residents for reading. Sign up for this program through Beanstack, sbclib.beanstack.org. Sign in, log the amount of reading each week, and earn digital badges throughout the summer. Visit the library each week to pick up earned rewards as well as program kits offered throughout the program, while supplies last.
The Summer Reading Program is another opportunity to celebrate and support the Countywide Vision’s literacy campaign, Vision2Read. All activities offered at the libraries are free and open to all ages.
The San Bernardino County Library Summer Reading Program begins June 10 and runs through August 3 at all San Bernardino County Library branches.For more Summer Reading Program information, please visit sbclib.org or contact a local branch library.