Summer Reading is Here!

Build a better world at the public library this summer by signing up for the summer reading program.

The Cherokee County Public Library’s Summer Reading Program begins on June 1st. This year’s theme for all ages is, “Build a Better World.” Everyone can sign up using our online portal, which can be accessed inside the Gaffney and Blacksburg Library, at a Bookmobile stop, and using your phone, laptop, tablet, or other personal device at Participants are encouraged to read daily and the library will be awarding prizes as babies, children, tweens, teens, and adults have met their goals. The library will also be giving away prize packages weekly to anyone that attends a library program. Drop into the library for a chance to be entered into our weekly raffle. All events are free to the public and library cards are not required to participate.

For more information about any of the CCPL’s summer reading programs, call 864-487-2711 or 864-839-2630 or visit our website at If you would like to bring a group of 5 or more to an event please call ahead to ensure the library can accommodate your group. You may also visit the Gaffney or Blacksburg libraries or any bookmobile stop to pick up a schedule and find out more about the Summer Reading programs.