Registration now open for fun and free summer reading programs for families, children, and teens

Children’s reading programs Winnipeg

If you are looking for fun and free children’s activities for your children to do this summer, why not have them join the TD Summer Reading Club? It is for children of all interests, ages, and abilities.

Visit any one of our Winnipeg Public Library branches to receive a free bilingual reading kit for children up to 12 years old. The kit includes an activity notebook, stickers, and a calendar to track reading and win prizes.

Children colour in each day they spend time reading or being read to and receive a ballot for every five days they colour in. Enter ballots at any branch for a chance to win great prizes, including books, swim passes, or tickets to a Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball game on July 21.

Offered in over 2,000 libraries across Canada, the club is an interactive way to keep kids reading, learning, and having fun all summer.

Pre-readers can also join the club and receive their free bilingual reading kit designed for caregivers to use with children up to 5 years old.

Teens in Grades 7 – 12 can pick up their bilingual Teen Summer Challenge Card at any branch or find it on the website. For each challenge completed, they will get one ballot to enter a prize draw.

There is a huge variety of free programs on offer this summer for children up to 5 years old with a caregiver, school age children (6-12 years), families, and teens (grade 7-12). Check out the online calendar or view the What’s On for Children, Families and Teens for more information on all summer programs for children, families, and teens. The club and summer programs run until August 30

Originally posted June 16, 2022.

Was this information helpful?

How can we make this web page better?

Information collected will be used to improve our website. Do not use this form to submit a request for service or information because it will not be forwarded to departments for response. To submit a request for service or information, contact 311.

This form is not intended to collect personal information; however, any personal information you choose to include in your comments is collected by the City of Winnipeg under the authority of section 36(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act for the purpose of improving our website and will not be used or disclosed for any other purposes, except as authorized by law. Contact the Corporate Access and Privacy Officer by mail (City Clerk’s Department, Susan A. Thompson Building, 510 Main Street, Winnipeg MB, R3B 1B9) or by telephone (311) if you have any questions about the collection of this information.