Curbside Summer Reading Program at Bailey Library

Make-believe, imagination, and your goal to achieve is all you need to take an epic journey discovering magical worlds as you Explore Summer Reading with the Library.  Everyone is welcome on this quest for knowledge, fun and adventure as you Imagine Your Story. The story is yours to create, whether its fantastical beasts or supernatural powers that fuel your imagination.

At the Bailey Library we will offer curbside bags for our SRP program. Make an appointment weekly for your bag. There will have crafts and reading logs. Also included will be a list of new SRP books and a quick sheet for project directions. Supplies are provided for each week’s bag with the exception of glue and tape.

  • Week of June 8th:  Oni Japanese Folklore Monster Masks

    Oni Masks week of June 8th

  • Week of June 15th:  Fire Breathing Dragons

    Fire-breathing dragon craft week of June 15th.

  • Week of June 22nd: Fairy/Gnome gardens

    Fairy gardens week of June 22, 2020.

  • Week of June 29th:  Treasure Pouch (younger kids may need help.)

Treasure Pouch week of June 29th, 2020.

SRP 2020 Juvenile books

  • The ages of the program are 3-8 for kids and 9-15 for tweens/teens.

We welcome your photos of your projects.  Please send them to us in an e-mail.

Attention TEENS:

2020 Teen Video Challenge (TVC)

Videos will be accepted June 1 through August 7, 2020

We hope that we can all come together in August at a socially appropriate distance and celebrate with an ice cream social.


Registration is NOT necessary to pick up supplies.


Please enter your child's first and last name.
Include the address, city, state, and zip all on one line
Enter a phone number where the parent or guardian can be reached. Please include the area code. Ex: xxx-xxx-xxxx
Enter the grade your child is going into this fall. If your child is not yet in school enter "pre".
If selected "Yes" please have the parent or guardian sign the permission form. The form is available for download or can be completed at the library.

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