Summer reading and Pinkberry frozen yogurt? Sounds like a great combination to me! 

Pinkberry of Bryn Mawr is heling Ludington Library launch its summer reading program for pre-schoolers, children, young adults and adults on Saturday, June 15, 2013 from 9am to 5pm during a day-long sign up celebration.

Children and adults are invited to stop by Ludington Library to sign up for the summer reading program that officially begins June 17 and will end on August 9, 2013.

This year’s Summer reading theme is Dig into Reading! Participants are encouraged to read and log their hours each week in order to win weekly prizes and drawings for prizes throughout the program.

Pinkberry will be on-site from 1pm to 3:30pm with samples of its frozen yogurt. Pinkberry, the world’s leading yogurt retailer, opened in May 2013 in the Bryn Mawr Square Shopping Center, 763 E. Lancaster Avenue. 

About Pinkberry

Pinkberry takes pride in serving the perfect cup of yogurt with a dedication to quality and freshness and its’ handcrafted yogurt bar offers a variety of irresistible yogurts expertly crafted to complement its thoughtfully selected toppings to create one-of-a-kind taste experiences.

Pinkberry frozen yogurt is the perfect treat. It’s made with non-fat rBST free milk and non-fat yogurt, it is light, refreshing with a clean finish and offers the truest taste of the flavor itself – for example Strawberry Pinkberry tastes like biting into an actual fresh strawberry. Flavors include tart and fruity flavors like pomegranate, strawberry, mango and more indulgent flavors like peanut butter, salted caramel and chocolate hazelnut. There are over 15 different flavors that rotate based on the season.