Read and be a winner this summer!
This year’s theme is Libraries Rock! Beginning June 1st you can sign up to take part in the Summer Reading Program. Register any time between June 1st and August 18th here. You will be able to sign up your entire family at the same time, just please indicate each participant’s age.
For Adults, 18+: For each book that you finish between July 8 and August 18, you are entitled to one entry ticket for the Summer Reading Program Grand Prize Raffle. Tickets may be picked up at the Circulation Desk. The Grand Prize for this summer’s adult raffle will be on display in the lobby display case. You do not have to be present to win. This summer come learn with Professor Gary Hylander, do a craft project, learn about crop circles, or come listen to some great music. Specific dates and descriptions for the available adult programming is available here.
For Kids, 0 years – Grade 6: New this summer is Read and Bead! At any point between June 1st and August 18th you can register at the link above. Once you have registered, please stop by the library to pick up your reading log. Instead of recording minutes read for weekly prizes, registered participants can earn beads and create a statement piece that will show off your summer accomplishment. Start with a necklace chain and a brag tag, then keep adding beads all summer long as you read add to your log. Participants will also have the opportunity to pick a book from our summer book cart each week.
Come join us this summer for music, dance, stories, crafts, animals, and so much more! More information, dates, and registration links are available here.
For Teens, Grades 7 – 12: Register at the link above. All teens that have registered for summer reading will have the chance to pick a book from our summer book cart, and they will also be automatically entered for raffle prizes that will be given out at the end of the summer reading program. The Teen Photo Contest and other programs will be taking place as well. Additional information about teen programming is available here.