Summer Reading Programs: Register Now!
May 7, 2015 – 11:56 am | Comments Off

Escape the Ordinary and read this summer with the Lafayette Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. Win prizes for reading and enjoy a full lineup of free entertaining and educational activities. Register here or at any of our libraries starting Monday, May 18.

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