STEPHENSON — The Menominee County Library will offer summer reading programs at three locations this year. Summer reading is a 6 week program, starting the last week in June and running through July.

This year’s theme is “Universe of Stories.” The Menominee County Library’s Summer Reading program is geared toward school aged children, but everyone is welcome and families are encouraged. Each session will include free books, a craft or activity, snacks, and prize drawing.

The locations are:

■ Hermansville Fochesato Field (Baseball Diamond) starting at 10:30 a.m., Mondays from June 24 through July 29.

■ Nadeau Township Pavilion (Rodeo Grounds) starting at 1 p.m., Mondays from June 24 through July 29.

■ Stephenson Township Hall (next door to the library) starting at 1:30 p.m., Tuesdays from June 25 through July 30.

They are hosting a Summer Reading Open House at the main library in Stephenson June 18-20. Early Bird activities include make and take crafts, reading logs and games. If people have some time to give, they may ask about library summer volunteer opportunities.

For more information contact or visit the Menominee County Library: Main Branch: S319 Railroad St. Stephenson, 906-753-6923; Hermansville Branch W5480 First St. Hermansville, 906-498-2253.