Summer is in at the Kindersley Library.

Tons of fun is planned, as their goals for this summer for their Wheatland Regional Library challenge is getting everyone to get reading and help reach their goal of 1,000,000 minutes read. This reading goal is part of the annual Wheatland Summer Reading Program, something offered at all of their locations.

“Last year we met our initial goal in the first few weeks of the summer!” says Desirae Munro, Program Manager for the Wheatland Regional Library. “The summer is a great time to read and enjoy what the Wheatland region has to offer. We encourage everyone to join in the fun and help us reach our 1,000,000 minutes goal.”

In Kindersley, they have a Teddy friend that is very excited for tomorrow's Teddy Bear Picnic in town. It goes from 1-3 pm, and it sounds like a scavenger hunt is going to be held for kids in attendance as well.

Bring your favorite stuffed animal as well as a blanket to Baker Park beside the library, for a great time of crafts, games, snacks, and stories.