On Tuesday, June 28 at 3:30 p.m., join the Rockport Public Library for a Hawaiian Luau as the library begins its annual summer reading program. Participants will do the hula, make a lei and sway to the sounds of a live Ukelele concert given by local musician Alice Limoge and a few special guests.

The program runs for one hour and is free and open to the public. Weather permitting, it will be held in the park across from the library, otherwise at the downstairs meeting room in the Opera House. This program is geared for ages 4-12.

This summer, the summer reading theme is “One World, Many Stories.” At this first event, kids can get their passports for their reading adventures. Summer reading will be held every Tuesday afternoon through July 26 with a different program or performance each week from an African safari to bugs around the world. Also, at each event children can enter the “Bikes for Books” raffle sponsored by the St. Paul’s Masonic Lodge in Rockport.

Summer reading is made possible through a gift from the MLDC Charitable Fund.

Rockport Public Library is located at 1 Limerock St. in Rockport. Call the library at 236-3642 for more information or visit the website at rockport.lib.me.us to see a calendar of events.