Summer Reading & Events 2022

Our TNT Summer Program will begin on Saturday, June 11 and continue through Saturday, August 27. 

6th - 12th graders are invited to read and listen to books, earn prizes, and participate in library events.


Register here

Read, Listen, and Earn Prizes
  • Read books, ebooks, or magazines.
  • Read by yourself or with someone else.
  • Listen to audiobooks.
Earn prizes and enter the prize drawing as you reach reading goals throughout the summer! See details on our reading logs.

Reading logs will be available at the library beginning June 10. 

Prizes/Prize drawing entry

You'll receive a prize AND enter the prize drawing as you complete the reading/listening goals on your reading log.  

Fill out and cut out the tickets on the side of your reading log and bring them to the library to receive your prizes and enter the drawing.  

If you're using our Curbside Pickup and would like to pick up prizes curbside as well, please email to make arrangements for your prizes to be ready to be picked up curbside. 


TNT Game Nights (Virtual)

1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month
June 2 & 16, July 7 & 21, August 4 & 18

We meet on Zoom and play on Board Game Arena with teens from throughout the state. 

We are currently playing Solo (like UNO), Coup, Incan Gold, Cubirds, Sushi Go, and Just Desserts. We also add games based on the group's suggestions, so if you have an idea, let us know!

Please register through the link at the top of this page.

TNT Tuesdays (in person)

6th - 8th grade: 1:30 P.M.
9th - 12th grade: 3:00 P.M.

Please register for these events through the link at the top of this page. 

Tuesday, June 14: Paint the Windows
We'll paint the windows of the library with the Summer Reading theme "Oceans of Adventures."

Tuesday, June 28: Book Club
6th - 8th graders will discuss the book The Invention of Hugo Cabret and participate in a related activity. You can check out a copy of the book and/or audiobook from the library.  If you'd like to listen to the audiobook, we recommend also checking out the book.  A significant portion of the book is illustrations which contribute to the story.  And, don't be intimidated by the size of the book.  A LOT of it is illustrations!  

9th - 12th graders will discuss a book they're reading now, a favorite book, or any book they'd like to talk about!  

Tuesday, July 12: Sand Art
You'll create art from a playdoh-like substance made from sand.  

Tuesday, July 26: MiLibraryQuest
We'll meet to solve the MiLibraryQuest: Treasures of the Deep puzzle together.  See details below.  

Tuesday, August 9: Your Choice!
Those who attend TNT Tuesdays earlier in the summer will vote on a project for this week. 


MiLibraryQuest: Treasures of the Deep is a state-wide virtual Quest that will challenge you to complete an ocean-themed crossword puzzle by finding clues on the websites of Michigan libraries.  Answers to the puzzle will include famous pirates, real shipwrecks, and mythological monsters.  

We will meet on Tuesday, July 26 to solve the puzzle together (see above) or you can solve it on your own any time between June 15 and July 31 on the MiLibraryQuest website here.  

After you solve the puzzle, you'll enter to win a prize from our library.  

If you have any questions, please let us know here or email

Younger children
Are you looking for events for children? See information for toddlers through 5th graders here.  

Oceans of Possibilities!

Our Summer Reading Program will begin Saturday, June 11 and continue through Saturday, August 27. Children and teens are invited to read and...