The reading incentive program SummerQuest 2022: Oceans of Possibilities is geared to all ages. SummerQuest Jr. provides early literacy opportunities for babies to rising kindergarteners, SummerQuest is geared toward rising first to fifth graders and SummerQuest Teen is for rising sixth through 12th graders. And there is a program for adults too! The program affords the opportunity to earn points between June 1 and August 31, 2022, by reading or completing activities listed on the SummerQuest webpage. Everyone who completes the SummerQuest program and comes in to an Alexandria Library location can redeem their prize of 2 Washington Nationals ticket vouchers, books and more!
Be Part of the Team that Reads this Summer!
The Nationals are proud to be the Team that Reads, promoting reading and literacy in the community. This summer, the Nationals invite you to join us on the Team that Reads through a number of different initiatives! These include joining your local library’s Summer Reading program, Major League Baseball’s Summer Slugger program, or Nationals Summer Reading Ambassador Sean Doolittle for Summer Reading Sundays. Follow the links below for more information!
Check out book recommendations from the Nationals’ library partners – new recommendations will be added throughout the summer
Summer Slugger prevents the 'summer slide' by offering kids ages 8-12 baseball-themed games that reinforce key math and literacy skills
Join the Nationals Summer Reading Ambassadors for a fun and educational afternoon before select home games
The Washington Nationals are proud to partner with library systems across the D.C. metro area to bring the joys of reading to as many people as possible. Participants who successfully complete their local library’s summer reading program will receive two free tickets to a future Nationals game!
To find out more about your local library’s program and to register, scroll below.
Dive into Summer Reading with Arlington Public Library! Immerse yourself in a book to explore “Oceans of Possibilities” this summer; come on board with our crew for dynamic and dazzling programs for all ages. Participation is easy: read as much as you like each day, for 30 days, to earn prizes and support Potomac Conservancy in the process. Get caught reading this summer!
Join a city-wide celebration of reading and learning all summer long. Complete fun activities and read for 20 minutes a day to qualify for amazing prizes. The Library is also hosting special programs for readers of all ages throughout the summer. Discover Summer runs from June 1 - Aug. 31! To register visit dclibrary.org/discoversummer or visit your neighborhood library.
Did you know the Summer Reading Adventure isn't just about reading? Children, teens and adults can also participate in lots of fun activities to keep you busy and having fun all summer long! Dive into “Oceans of Possibilities” from June 10-August 12 and join us for a summer adventure!
This summer, earn your way to great prizes by reading, completing fun challenges and attending events at hot spots around Loudoun County with LCPL's annual Summer Reading Program. All ages are invited to join the fun — pre-readers, kids, teens and adults.
MCPL’s Summer Reading Challenge! offers kids and teens a chance to fill their summer with great books and fun activities. By completing missions, participants can help MCPL and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation preserve the Chesapeake Bay watershed, clean up the Chesapeake Bay, and provide healthy habitats for Chesapeake Bay animals.
Join in by reading books, completing creative learning activities, and attending library programs all summer long. You'll earn free books, badges, and Nationals tickets, plus entries for exciting raffles!
Enjoy the summer with reading and baseball! The Washington Nationals and Prince George’s County Memorial Library System (PGCMLS) are proud to provide creative ways for Prince Georgians to stay connected with baseball and reading. The Nationals and PGCMLS are partnering to present “Summer Prince George’s,” (SPG) a program for all ages that runs from May 16 through August 19.