LCPL Summer Reading

Loudoun County Public Library Staff Members Sam Mull, left, with Susan VanEpps, right, outside Rust Library in Leesburg. They are pictured with the LCPL Reading Machine van which will travel around the county to events this summer.

After two years of mostly virtual activities, the staff at Loudoun County Public Libraries (LCPL) are anticipating a busy and fun-filled summer reading program over the next few months, according to Programming Coordinator Sam Mull and Program Manager Susan VanEpps.

This year’s theme is “Tales and Trails” and will highlight outdoor, nature-inspired activities and books.

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