The White Hall Library, 300 Anderson Ave., will offer a summer reading program for pre-school through the sixth grade and events for teens in middle and high school during June and July.

The White Hall Library, 300 Anderson Ave., will offer a summer reading program for pre-school through the sixth grade and events for teens in middle and high school during June and July.

Pre-registration for the summer storytime program will be held Tuesday. Activities are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays, beginning June 5. The schedule:

First storytime, June 5;

Pajamarama wear your pajamas and bring a stuffed cuddly animal, June 12;

Jazz Week stories about jazz music, June 19;

Red Carpet Week walk the red carpet and dress what you dream about being, June 26;

Snow cone party July 3;

Thriller are you ready to be spooked by our scary stories? July 10; and

Celebrate our summer reading success, July 17.

No pre-registration is required for the free teen events, set for 1 p.m. on Thursdays. The schedule:

June 7 Hunger Games competition, costumes are optional;

June 14 Make-your-own-food class, ingredients provided;

June 21 Art of Tim Burton workshop, supplies provided;

June 28 In the Shadows of the Vampyre murder mystery, with participants playing detective;

July 5 Zombie event, makeup provided, participants bring costumes;

July 12 CSI with officer Richard Davies; and

July 19 T-shirt bleaching and grand prize drawings, participants bring a bright or dark color T-shirt.