The 2023 Summer Library Program Survey is now open!

It is the time of year to reflect on summer programming, and we are coming to you for feedback as we think about how we can best support you and your library next year. We greatly appreciate your hard work and efforts and recognize that your commitment directly impacts your communities.

While everything is still fresh in your mind, please consider sharing your experience with us. Tell us what surprised you and touched your heart and share how many people in your community participated in your program. Let us know how you liked the artwork and manuals and share your suggestions for future programs.

Each year, Texas public libraries receive funding to purchase materials and participate in the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission for their summer programs. CSLP has created a survey so they can better assess the usefulness of their program on a national level.  Thus, we ask that all public library staff who played an active role in administering or running this year’s summer programming complete the survey to help inform our approach to next year’s program – even if you did NOT use “All Together Now” as your theme. 

The survey will be available through Friday, September 8, 2023. Full information is available via the July 2023 edition of our Texas Summer Library Program Newsletter. Contact Christina Taylor at if you did not receive this information.

Furthermore, we would love to showcase your library’s summer programming. Please send photos to Christina Taylor at with express written consent allowing us to use the images on our website and publications. We look forward to hearing from you!


For more information, visit our youth services page, contact Christina Taylor at, or call 512-463-5465.

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