Summer Enrichment Programs

2014 Summer Reading Programs for Children and Adults

Programs in Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, and PSU’s College of Graduate Studies Concord location

For an enjoyable activity with lifelong benefits, we recommend one of our eight different reading skills programs designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development. Programs are offered as a community service by Plymouth State University, Division of Online and Continuing Studies.

For information, or to enroll online, please select an age group below:

To speak with a program coordinator, or enroll by phone, call (800) 964-8888
8 AM-10 PM Mon.-Thurs., 8 AM-9 PM Fri. and 10 AM-4 PM Sat.

For program locations and schedules in your area, select a program level above. The summer reading programs are available in Concord, Manchester, Rochester, Nashua and other locations throughout the area.

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