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Summer Reading Badges

This is a list of all the potential badges you can earn for Summer Reading this year, as well as directions on what you need to do to earn them. Log all secret codes and answers by signing in to your Summer Reading account, found here.  This list can also be found on your Summer Reading account, under the Activity Badges tab.

 

All Ages Library Program Activity Badges

All Library Programs will have secret codes available.  Type your secret code in your Summer Reading account to earn the badge for that program.
Program Name Age Group Description
Summer Reading Kickoff All Sign up for Summer Reading at the Kickoff on June 1st.
Movie in the Courtyard All Watch Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse with us in the Library Courtyard. Free event. Doors will open at 9:15 pm. Bring pillows, blankets, chairs and snacks. We’ll also have free popcorn! Don't forget to get your secret code at the event.
Trivia Night Ages 15 and Up Come to Trivia Night to find out who knows their books! Teams of 4-6 people will compete to see who knows their book trivia best. Prizes awarded! The event takes place June 27th at 7:00 pm in room #309.  Make sure to get your secret code at the event.
Movie in the Ballroom All Come watch Mary Poppins Returns at the Library, Wednesday July 10th.  This is a free event. Doors will open at 6:00 pm. Bring pillows, blankets, and snacks. We’ll also have free popcorn! Make sure to get your secret code at the event.
Book Swap Ages 10 and Up Swap your gently used books for something new to read! This event takes place Tuesday, July 16th at 7:00 pm in room #201.  Ages 10 and up will get to choose one free book just for showing up. Limit of 10 books may be brought to swap. Books must be in decent condition: No mold or mildew, no water damage, no pages falling out. Adult, Teen, and Middle Grade (150+pages) books accepted: No easy readers, intermediate, or picture books; no text books; no audio books.  Don't forget to get your secret code at the event.
Art of Magic Festival All Join local and nationally recognized magicians for a wonder-filled Wednesday!  Everything from close-up magic to stage shows every hour, magic classes for kids, art puzzles, balloon artists, face painters, artisan booths, photo ops, and MORE!  This event happens Wednesday, July31st from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in our Ballroom.  Don't forget to get your secret code at the event.
Galaxy Tie Dye All Create interstellar designs using bleach and colored dye at this activity for all ages. Bring a piece of white cotton clothing and come ready to make some starry designs with us on July 13th at 3:00 PM . Don't forget to get your secret code at the event.
Harry and the Potters Concert All Gyrffindors, Ravenclaws, Hufflepuffs, and even Slytherins are invited to this all-ages Wizard Rock concert.  Don't forget to get a secret code at the event to earn this badge!
50th Moon Landing Anniversary Activities All Join us on July 20th to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing with all day moon themed treats and activities! Don't forget to get a secret code at the event to earn this badge!

 

 Teen Program Activity Badges

You must be a Teen (between ages 12 and 18) enrolled in the Teen Summer Reading Program in order to qualify for these badges.  All Library Programs will have secret codes available.  Enter your secret code in your Summer Reading account to earn the badge for that program.

Program Name Description
June Teen Volunteer Board Have fun at this monthly meeting of the Teen Volunteer Board. It takes place June 6th in the Shaw Programming Room, #260, at 6:30 pm. If it’s your first time at Teen Volunteer Board, be sure to print out an application or pick one up from the 1st Floor Reference Desk.
Teen House Cup Heist  The House Cup has been stolen! Luckily, we’ve been able to narrow it down to four suspects, but we need your help on June 15th from 3-4 PM to figure out which one of them is the thief. Wizarding dress is encouraged, but not required.
Teen Lock In Have a blast at the biggest teen event of the summer! on June 11th at 9 PM, hang out with friends, eat food, play games, make crafts, help with a service activity (Stuffed Animal Sleepover), and much more. If you’ve ever wanted to hang out in the Library after closing, this is your chance! You must have a signed permission slip to attend the Lock-In. Permission slips are available at the 1st Floor Reference Desk, or online at www.provolibrary.com/teen-programs.
July Teen Volunteer Board Have fun at this monthly meeting of the Teen Volunteer Board. It takes place July 11th in the Shaw Programming Room, #260, at 6:30 pm. If it’s your first time at Teen Volunteer Board, be sure to print out an application or pick one up from the 1st Floor Reference Desk.
Teen Spiderweb Challenge Come learn how a spider makes its web on July 20th at 3:00 PM. Then put your own skills to the test and see if you can make and escape your own spider web! 
Teen Film Contest Lights, camera, action! Create a film with the theme "A Universe of Stories" and submit it by July 6th for a chance to win a $100 gift card. Then walk the red carpet on July 18th at the viewing party and awards ceremony! For rules and information, click here.
Teen Guess Jar Guess how many items are in the Teen Guess Jar at the 1st Floor Reference Desk, and win a prize if you are the one with the best guess! Items in the Guess Jar will change each week, and you can make a new guess each week as well.
Teen Minecraft Club Come explore the Minecraft World every Friday night at 6:30 pm in room #260. Teen players of all levels welcome. (Each week has a different badge and secret code.)
June Teens & Tripods An exploratory program held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, for teens interested in creative tech – photography, filming, and audio production. Online registration begins the preceding Monday at 10 am. June dates: June 13th & 27th. (Each session has a different badge and secret code.)
July Teens & Tripods An exploratory program held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, for teens interested in creative tech – photography, filming, and audio production. Teens must complete “Intro to Studio Production” before registering. Online registration begins the preceding Monday at 10 am. June dates: July 11th & 25th. (Each session has a different badge and secret code.)

 

Children's Program Activity Badges

Here's a basic list of children's program badges, most of which will have a badge for each week.  Adults and teens who bring children to children's programs can also get the badge/point for attending the program.  For more information about these programs, check out our Kids' Corner tab.

Program Name Age Range
Book Babies  Ages 0-3
Canopy Capers All Ages 
Make and Take Crafts Ages 0-12 
Preschool Play  Ages 0-6
Stories in the Park  All Ages
Summer Story Time  All Ages
LEGO Crew Jr Ages 5-8
Tech Tuesdays Ages 9-12
Tween Thursdays Ages 9-12

 

Reading-Related Activity Badges

These badges give you points for reading specific books. Type your answers to the questions posted in your Summer Reading account to earn these badges.  For the Teen and Adult Summer Reading programs, you can also make your reading count toward your summer reading goal if you write a book review in the Book Review section of your Summer Reading account (books must be over 100 pages long).

Badge Name Description
Read a Nonfiction Book about Science Browse through books in non-fiction that are about scientific topics, located in the 500s, and pick one to read. After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Collection of Stories Did you know the Library has many story collections in various genres? You can find them in the Fiction, Mystery, Romance, and Science Fiction sections, as well as Nonfiction! Choose a collection of stories to read for this challenge. After reading the book, complete the task. List the title of the book and the name of the story you liked best. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book Set in Space Read a book set in space or that takes place on another planet. After reading the book, complete the task. List the title, author, and where this book takes place. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book in a Series Read a book from a series. You can start a new series, or continue a series that you've already started. You can find a lists of book series information on the Library's website by choosing the Books and Media tab, and selecting Book Series Order.  After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Beehive Book Award Nominee The Children's Literature Association of Utah (CLAU) sponsors the Beehive Book Award to help motivate young people to read. The Provo Library Adult and Teen Librarians helped choose the 2020 nominees! Find a list of books at this link  and read a book from one of the Beehive Book nominee lists. After reading one, complete the following task: List the title, author, and what year the book was nominated. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section. 
Read a Book from a Library Booklist Read a book found on a Library booklist (found on our website under the Books & Media tab, or linked here). After reading the book, complete the following task: List the title and author of the book you read, and the booklist where it was mentioned. 
Read a Hollywood Biography Read a biography of an actor/actress from one of your favorite movies. After reading or listening to the book, complete the following task: List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book From a Library Display There are several book displays located throughout the Library. Select a book that looks interesting. After reading or listening to the book, complete the following task: List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book from the Bottom Shelf Browse through the bottom row of a bookshelf and select a book to read. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book about Writing The Library has several books about how to write well, whether you are interested in writing poetry, novels, children's books, plays, or short stories and articles. Read a book about writing, publishing, or a book written by an author about how they write (look on our second floor, around 808, for suggestions). After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Librarian's Favorite Book Locate a Book List with Librarian's picks for great books! Some of these include the Best Books lists from various years, or the "Librarian Favorites" booklists for both Fiction and Non-Fiction. You can also ask any librarian for a recommendation! After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book with a Star on the Cover Read a book with a star on the cover. This can be any sort of star- like a movie star, musician, or star from the night sky! After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a National Book Award Winner Read an award winning book! The National Book Awards are given out annually and have great lists of award winners. After reading a National Book Award,or other award winner winner (you'll see a list of young adult titles at the bottom of the page in the link provided), complete the task. List the title and author. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section . 
Read a Newbery Award Winner The Newbery Medal is awarded annually to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. A good list of Newbery award winners can be found on Provo City Library's website (look under the Kids' Corner tab and click on Books for Kids, or use the link). After reading the book, complete the following task: List the title and author of the book you read as well as the year it won the Newbery Medal award. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section. 
Read a Book about Travel Read a non-fiction book about travel. You can choose a travel guide, or a book about someone else's travels and experiences. After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read an eBook or Audiobook Check out a downloadable eBook or audiobook from either OverDrive or RBdigital. Alternatively, listen to a book on CD. Ask a Librarian if you need help using the Libby by OverDrive or RBdigital apps. After reading or listening to the book, complete the following task: List the title and author and then describe what you like or don't like about electronic books and/or audiobooks. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book of Poetry Select a book of poetry from the non-fiction collection. Look in the 800s, or ask a librarian for help. After reading the book, complete the task. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section.
Read a Book about Astrology Read a book about astrology, or containing astology. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a Book with a Map Inside  Have you noticed how many books contain maps? Both fiction and non-fictions books often include a map of either a real or a fictional place ot help readers orient themselves. Locate any book that includes a map and read it for this challenge. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a Novel Based on a True Story Many books can be based on a true story, but are considered fiction works. Find a novel that is based on a true story and read it for this challenge. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a Biography About an Astronaut or a Book about Space Read a biography about an astronaut or a non-fiction book about the space race! After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read an Astronomy Book Astronomy books are fascinating and can help you learn about the universe! Read a book about astronomy (many are found in the 520s in the non-fiction section). After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a book with a character who's nationality, race, or religion is different than yours Walk in someone else's shoes by reading a book with a character who's nationality, race, sexual orientation, or religion is different than yours. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a book from a genre you don't usually read Branch out and read a book from a genre you don't usually read. After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.
Read a book that has a "space" word in the title (i.e. stars, alien, planet, universe, astronaut, moon, rocket, etc.) Read a book that has a "space" word in the title (i.e. stars, alien, planet, universe, astronaut, moon, rocket, etc.) After reading the book, complete the task below. List the title and author of the book you read. To also make this book count towards your summer reading goal, write a book review about the book in the Book Review section of this website.

 

In-Library Activity Badges

This list of badges can be accomplished in the Library at any time! Type your answers to the questions posted, or enter the secret code in your Summer Reading account to earn these badges.

Badge Name Description
Find the Constellations Pick up a blank form at the 1st Floor Reference Desk. Then find the 10 hidden images of constellations located around the 1st floor of the Rogers New Wing. Write down their locations and return the answer sheet to the 1st Floor Reference Desk for a secret code.
Scrambled Night Sky A list of scrambled space-themed words can be found on the West Wall of the Rogers New Wing (near the Used Bookstore and DVDs). Un-scramble the letters in each cosmic word to complete this challenge! Blank forms to write your answers can be picked up at the 1st Floor Reference Desk. Turn the form back in for secret code.
Travel Guides In the Library, locate the section with travel guide books and find books about a place you'd like to visit (Hint- it's in the non-fiction section). Tell a librarian the Dewey Decimal section where they are found and the place you'd like to visit to get a secret code!
Boxes The Library has fun, educational STEM Boxes that can be used while you're here in the Library! Pick up a flyer for these boxes and tell a librarian which one you think you would enjoy using to get a secret code!
Star Scavenger Hunt Pick up a Star Scavenger Hunt worksheet from the Adult and Teen Service Reference Desk and answer the themed questions. Turn in your completed form to receive your secret code!
Identify the Stars Can you name some iconic movie stars and characters? Visit the Reference desk in Adult/Teen services and pick up our Identify the Stars challenge sheet, then turn it in when you're finished to get a secret code.
Emoji Book Titles Pick up an Emoji Book Titles sheet from the Reference desk in Adult and Teen Services.  Use the emojis to decode the title of the well known books. Turn in your completed worksheet to receive a secret code!
Potted Plants How many live potted plants are there on the 1st floor of the Library? Be sure to check the atrium area and the children's library! Tell a librarian the number to get a secret code!
Out of this world magazine Visit the Magazine section on the second floor of the Roger's Wing of the Library- being extra silent since the second floor is the quiet floor, and look for the magazine that is all about the night sky (*Hint* - it starts with the letter "S"). Then, go back downstairs to the reference desk and tell a librarian the name of the magazine to get a secret code!
Games in the Library Did you know we have a great selection of games you can play in the Library? Find the binder with the list of all the games that can be played in the Library.  Alternately, you can also find the list of games listed on our website.  Then complete the following task:  Name a game from the list that you would like to play. https://www.provolibrary.com/games
Find the Astronomy Section Visit the nonfiction section on the 2nd floor, and find what call number is used to denote the start of the astronomy books. Then complete the following task: Enter the section where Astronomy books are located.
Used Book Store Visit the Used Book Sale Room or the web page at https://www.provolibrary.com/library-book-sale.  Then complete the following task: Tell us what is special about the last week of the month by entering your answer.
Check out a Documentary Check out a documentary about Space, Astronomy or science, or any topic that interests you.  Then complete the following task: Enter the name of movie you watched and if you'd recommend it!
Date Night at the Library Bring a date or a friend on an outing to the Library! You could puruse the exhibit in The Attic, come in on a Friday night to play a game together, attend one of the many author events or a Library program, browse for a movie to watch together, and more. Tell a librarian what you did together at the Library to get a secret code. 
Library Blog The Library writes a blog with lots of book recommendations, event information, reviews, and more! Find the Library's blog under the Information tabe, or visit this link. Then complete the following task: Read any blog post and write the title of the blog and something you learned. in the space below. 
Star Biography Locate the biography section and find a book about a Hollywood star or any famous person.  Then complete the following task: Enter the name of the book and who it is about. 
Ask a Librarian Our librarians love answering questions and have started wearing buttons prompting patrons to ask about specific topics or services we offer. Find a librarian and ask them a question about the button they are wearing this week or about a program they are looking forward to and you can get a secret code..
Moon Landing Anniversary The 50th anniversary of the moon landing is on Saturday July 20th! Join us to remember this event in history and for a moon themed activity and a treat. Don't forget to pick up a special secret code for participating!

 

Library Website Activity Badges

This list of badges can be accomplished any time by looking through the Library website. Type your answers to the questions posted your Summer Reading account to earn these badges.

Badge Name Description
Library Newsletters Sign up for a Provo City Library Newsletter! Visit the link listed under the Quick Links section of our website. Then complete the following task. Enter the name of the newsletter you signed up for and tell us about one program or event you are looking forward to attending. 
Read Alikes Wondering what to read next? Our librarians create "Read Alike" lists to help you find your next great read! Search our read alikes by genre or author by visiting our website and usig the Books and Media tab to go to Reading Suggestions, then Author Read Alikes.   Then complete the following task: Enter the name of the genre or author you searched and the name of a book you'd like to read based on what you found. 
UtahFutures.org Freegal Ready to build your music collection for FREE? You can use Freegal to stream music and even download songs weekly for free that are yours to keep! Visit Freegal by following the link below or by using the Learn Tab to access our Research Databases. Freegal is located under Music & Movies. Then complete the following task: download three songs and enter the titles below.
Foreign Films Browse the list of Foreign Film DVDs at the link below. Then complete the following task: Enter the name of a foreign film that interests you and why.  
Global Road Warrior Use the Learn tab to visit our Research Databases and find the Global Road Warrior under Travel. Then complete the following task: Identify a country you would like to visit and name a dish from the national cuisine.
Library Programs Tab From the "Programs" tab on the Provo City Library website (http://www.provolibrary.com/), find your age group and look through the list of upcoming programs listed there.  Then complete the following task. What upcoming program sounds the most interesting to you?
Lynda.com Learn something new with Lynda.com (Found on our website under the Learn tab in Online Learning, or through the link). Create an account with Lynda.com using your library card, and look through the lists of subjects. Then complete the following task. What is a skill or subject you're excited to learn about using Lynda.com?
Media Center The Library has a Media Center, where you can transfer older formats (ex. VHS, cassette tapes) to newer formats. Take a look around the Library website, and try to find information about this service, then complete the following task. What tab/dropdown is the Media Center listed under?
Science Reference Center Use the Learn tab to navigate to the Science Reference Center, which is located in Homework Help (Grades 7-12). Then complete the following task: Which of the six main categories most appeals to you?
Online Calendar Learn about the programs offered at the Library by browsing our online calendar, then complete the following task. Name one of the events happening at the Library next week?
   
Booklists Librarians at the Provo Library work hard to compile useful book lists for lots of reading categories. Check out the booklists under the Books tab. Then complete the following task: Which booklist interests you the most?
New AV The Library keeps a list of all of the new audio/visual materials added to the collection in the past year on our website. Take a look at the list, then complete the following task. What new DVD title was added to the Library in January 2019 that deals with astronauts?
ProvoLibrary.com Visit the Library's homepage. Then answer the following question: How many main tab choices are there at the top of the page? 
Check out a GoPro The Basement Creative Lab is Provo City Library's new audiovisual production space where we offer training classes so you can learn to use the equipment provided here, such as GoPro cameras and Zoom Kits. Visit the Basement Creative Lab page or the link below and find the requirements to check out a GoPro or a Zoom Kit. Then watch the GoPro Camera Basics tutorial and complete the following task: Enter one thing you learned about using the GoPro camera. 
Basement Creative Lab class Are you ready to become an Audio-Visual production master? The Basement Creative lab at the Provo Library can help! The first step is to take the Intro to Studio Production class, which then gives you access to the equipment and studio space!  Sign up for and attend the Intro to Studio Production class, or another class if you've already taken this one, then enter the secret code. 
Discovery Kits Visit https://www.provolibrary.com/discovery-kits and locate the "Outer Space" Discovery Kits page. Then complete the following task: List a book or item that you will find in the "Outer Space" discovery kit.
The Attic The Attic has many unique art exhibits all year long. Visit https://www.provolibrary.com/the-attic to find out about upcoming exhibits, then complete the following task: Enter the name of the next exhbit in The Attic.

 

Service-Related Activity Badges

This list of badges can be accomplished any time. Type your answers to the questions posted in your Summer Reading account to earn these badges.

Badge Name Description
Do a Chore Do a chore for someone without them knowing. Then complete the following task:  Which chore did you do and who did you do it for? How did it make you feel to help them?
Thank You Write a Thank You note to someone and give it to them. Then complete the following task:  Who is the person you wanted to thank?
Bring a Friend Bring a friend to a Library event or program.  A list of options can be found on our website (http://www.provolibrary.com/) under the Programs tab.  Then complete the following task:  What program did you attend? Be sure to get a secret code at the event so you can get an additional badge for attending!
Library Event Promotion Give someone a flier about a Library event or resource you think they might be interested in.  Fliers can be found by the large display next to the DVDs in the adult reference section, at any self-check stations.  Then complete the following task:  What flier did you give your friend?
Share Your Dream Did you ever dream of being an Astronaunt? Share one of your dreams with someone, and ask them about their dreams. Then complete the following task:  What did you learn about the person?
Clean Up Walk around your neighborhood and pick up pieces of trash as you go. Then complete the following task:  Enter the number of pieces you collected in the box below. 
Read to Someone Everyone loves listening to a story.  Offer to read to someone, or read together.  After you do this, complete the following task: Who did you read to, and what did you read?
Let Someone Go Ahead of You In Line Next time you are standing in a line, let someone go ahead of you. Then complete the following task:  Tell us about the response you got or how it made you feel in the box below.
You Are Special It's always nice to hear that you are special to someone, but we can always work on telling others that they matter to us more often! Tell someone why they are special to you, then complete the following task:  How did the person respond or how it made you feel to tell them they are special?
Donate to the Food and Care Coalition The Food and Care Coalition in Provo does more than feed the hungry. Their website states "Over the years, we’ve expanded to offer other meaningful services including hygiene, shower facilities, laundry services, internet access, haircuts, transitional housing, client outreach, education, and more." Donate something to the Food and Care Coalition,and enter the item(s) you donated below. You can find a list of needed items here- https://foodandcare.org/current-needs/

 

 Community-Related Activity Badges

This list of badges can be accomplished any time. Type your answers to the questions posted in your Summer Reading account to earn these badges.

Badge Name Description
Visit a planetarium or museum Visit a local planetarium, a museum, or art exhibit, then complete the following task: Enter the name of the place you visited below and share something you learned. 
City Park Visit a Provo city park that you have not been to before. Then complete the following task: Enter the name of the park below and tell us what you liked about it. You can find a list of parks at this link
Provo History Tour Provo has a rich history and many historical buildings are still standing and in use today! Visit a local historical site or building, or take the historic Provo walking tour- then complete the following task: which historical site did you visit?  Visit https://www.utahvalley.com/listing/historic-provo-buildings-walking-tour/79/ for more information, or visit this link to download the tour book.
Attend a concert, dance performance, or play Attend a community concert, dance performance, or play. Then complete the following task: Which event did you go to, and what was your favorite part?
View a Constellation Learn about constellations and look at the sky at night to locate one. You can use the Science Research Center under the "Learn" tab on the Library website to find more information! Then complete the following task: Which constellation did you find? 
Listen to Nature Find a quiet place in nature and just listen to the world around you. Then complete the following task.  Name something you heard while you were listening, maybe something that you've never noticed before.
City Festival Utah County has city festivals and fairs happening almost every weekend throughout the summer. Attend one of these festivals. This link (also found on our webpage under the Learn tab) has a few options.  Then complete the following task: What was your favorite part of the festival? 
Community Events board The Library has a bulliten board where you can learn about local events and classes! Locate the community events board in the Library, then complete the following task: Enter the name and date of an activity that interests you.
Take a Hike Take a hike on a new trail. A few options can be found on our website (under the Learn tab, click on What to Do in Provo, or follow this link).  Then complete the following task.  What hike did you go on?  What was your favorite thing about the hike? 
Farmer's Market Go local by visiting a farmers market.  A list of local farmers markets can be found on the Provo City Library website in the What to Do in Provo section, or linked here.  After visiting, complete the following task.  What farmers market did you visit? 
Local Business Support a local Provo business by visiting a store or restraunt that you've never been to before. After visiting, complete the following task.  What store or restaurant did you visit?