Merrill Memorial Library Summer Reading Program Sign Up

This year, we will be diving into summer with OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES at the MML Summer Reading Program. Our program will feature a treasure hunt, talks about whales and sharks, a touch-tank presentation by Coastal Carol, music in the garden with Earth Jams, Science in the Garden, and of course, Books!!

It is a program for readers ages birth to grade 12.

Please fill out the information below, ONE PER REGISTRANT.

After filling out this registration form, visit the library - all participants receive a FREE book to keep; they can select this book themselves from our Book Cart of Awesome Books.  
Participants will also get a BINGO sheet with fun activities centered around our theme. Instructions for the Bingo sheet can be found on the reverse side of the sheet.

As part of our Summer Reading Kick-Off, we will be running a Treasure Hunt from Friday, June 17-Monday, July 11 - it is a go-at-your-own-pace hunt. You can pick up your Treasure Hunt sheet at the library or download it from our Summer Reading website (  Each picture will have a letter and all players who unscramble the letters to find out the name of Captain Merrill's ship and submit that correct word will be entered into our Raffle for fabulous Yarmouth-themed prizes. Winner will be notified on July 13.

The Summer Reading Program starts Friday, June 17 and ends on Friday, August 12, 2022
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First and Last name of participant *
First and Last name of Parent(s) *
Best Email Address *
Alternate Email Address (i.e. a second parent, a caretaker, a grandparent)
Alternate Email Address (i.e. a second parent, a caretaker, a grandparent)
Best Telephone Number to Reach the Participant
Grade of participant (in the fall) *
Name of School Reader Attends *
Summer Reading Events in which you are Interested (info and a separate sign up link, if required, will be sent closer to each event) *
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