Camas, WA — The Camas Public Library officially began its Summer Reading Program, titled “Build a Better World,” and is open to young children, teens, and adults.

The purpose of the Camas Public Library’s Summer Reading Program is to encourage youth to read and participate in community activities during their school break. Youth who read during the summer will practice their comprehension skills, and are likely to start school in the Fall more prepared and ahead of their classmates.

The program measures reading time and community participation rather than number of pages or books. With this method, youth of all ages and abilities can accomplish their goals with comparable effort.

The program itself includes games, events, and weekly summer movies.

Frequently Asked Questions

What counts as reading for the Summer Reading Program? Books, magazine articles, graphic novels, eBooks, audio books. The library has many downloadable audio books.

What is the first day people can participate? June 24.

Do I have to participate in the program to attend the free events? Nope!

The program is sponsored in part by:

  • Burgerville
  • Squeeze & Grind
  • Clark County Fair
  • Camas/Washougal Community Chest
  • Lacamas Swim and Sport
  • City of Camas
  • Oaks Park
  • Vega Programs
  • Camas Farmer’s Market
  • Sky Zone Trampoline Park
  • Friends of the Camas Library

Summer Movies

Every Wednesday features a summer movies. The first one, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” is on June 28 at 2 pm.

The second movie is “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” which will be shown on July 5 at 2 pm.

The third movie is “Iron Giant,” will be shown on Wednesday, July 12.

Each movie is projected in the upstairs library big screen. Popcorn will be served.

To learn more, and to sign up for the program, visit:

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