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SLO County Library's summer reading program uses pool, prizes as incentive 

While kids might be eager to ditch the books when the school doors close in June, summer is actually a perfect time to have (gasp!) fun with reading.

The tiniest of readers all the way up to young adult high school readers can participate in the San Luis Obispo County Public Library’s “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” summer reading program. Library activities will include more than 60 free concerts, animal shows, bubble science, magic shows, and other great shows.

All kids that enroll in the summer reading program will receive a free swim pass for the San Luis Obispo Swim Center. When kids meet their reading goal they’ll win prizes from local donors, a pass to Legoland, a free book from the Foundation for SLO Public Libraries, and much more. Registration for “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read,” begins on June 11. For more information, visit slolibrary.org.

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