SANTA BARBARA The Santa Barbara Public Library is launching their Summer Reading and Learning Program, the library announced in a press release Thursday.
The program will run from June 5 to Aug. 1.
Children are advised to read 1,000 minutes this summer and for every 30 minutes they read, they are entered for a weekly prize drawing that includes prizes such as “Magna-tile sets, LEGO Spaceship kits, and more,” according to the press release.
“Each child who meets the goal of 1,000 minutes over the summer will receive a prize pack including a free child admission to Los Baños Pool, a free child’s admission to LEGOland, a free family pass to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, a free child’s admission to the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, and an entry for grand prize drawings that include a bike from BiciCentro, a family whale watching tour from CondorExpress, 4 tickets to Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa DREAM tour at the Santa Barbara Bowl, and more!” the library said in the press release.
Teenagers and adults will also have their own prizes and challenges for the summer. To view the complete summer guide for the Santa Barbara Public Library, visit SBPLibrary.org/summer.