Scenes from the 2015 Summer Reading Program

More than 600 children registered for this year's Summer Reading Program, reading books and attending programs.

The Rubber Ducky Program catered to children newborn to five years of age, children 6-11, and teens 12-17.

The ComicCon Finale Party was attended by more than 300 children, teens, and adults. There was a Superhero Obstacle Course, making capes and masks, photo ops, face painting, and the announcement of the grand prize winners.


There were animals that visited from the Audubon Institute, Christian Stephenson from the Extension Service talked about the science behind superheroes, and visits from Community and Military Heroes.

There were animals that visited from the Audubon Institute, Christian Stephenson from the Extension Service talked about the science behind superheroes, and visits from Community and Military Heroes.

Brian Wright was the winner of the Kindle Fire, and Joshua Palode (left) was the winner of the iPad Mini.