Library’s summer reading program held online

Democrat Staff
A summer reader accepts a bag from librarian Brittany Downs.

This annual summer reading program at the Logan County library is free for the community and brings motivation to keep reading during the summer months.

Each week participants are given books and crafts to enjoy in the comfort of their homes. Library officials encourage everyone to sign up and take advantage of all the free resources that the library has to offer.

To register go to or feel free to call and employees can assist you through sign-ups. You can also visit the regional library page at to view the catalog of items, access databases for help with job searches and career skill building, and many more free educational resources.

If you want to stay in the know with the current happenings at the library visit them on Facebook at Arkansas Regional River Valley Library System. New virtual Storytimes, and craft videos are posted everyday.

“Remember, we may not be open but we still are working hard to assist you in any way we can,” said librarian Brittany Donws. “We are currently still doing faxes, copies, curbside assistance, and reference questions via phone at 479-675-2735 or email at Feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.”

The summer reading program was held online in 2020.