• Summer Reading Program

    Summer Reading

    2018

    Welcome to a summer of inspiration at the library.

    Teens & Adults:
    Register first, then...

    ***** LOG MINUTES HERE *****
    each week.

    Children:
    Report minutes at library, each week if you can visit that often.


  • Dates

  • How to Register

    Teens

    Read to Me's & Readers -- REGISTER AT THE LIBRARY.

    Starting June 9, Teens and Adults REGISTER ONLINE -- or stop in at the library)

  • Last Year

    2017 Results:

    • 23 Teens read 365 hours
    • 67 Independent Readers read 626 hours
    • 52 Read-to-Me's read 460 hours
  • Read to Me


    Early Lit
    • Birth to 5 years of age - For children not reading on their own.
    • Parents/guardians: bring your child to the library to register and receive a free book and a packet to log your child's reading.
    • Each week that you read at least one hour and report it at the library, you will receive a small trinket AND be eligible for that week's prize drawing.
    • Complete the program by reading at least six hours to your child by July 28th, and receive a free book, a chance for the grand prize drawing, and an invitation to the closing party!
    • Bonus grand prize entry for every 2 extra hours of reading (after the initial 6 hours).
  • Readers


    Youth
    • Independent readers through 6th Grade.
    • Register at the library & receive a free book and a packet to log your reading.
    • Each week that you read at least one hour and report it at the library, you will receive a small trinket AND be eligible for that week's prize drawing.
    • Complete the program by reading at least six hours by July 28th, and receive a free book, a chance for the grand prize drawing, and an invitation to the closing party!
    • Bonus grand prize entry for every 2 extra hours read (after the initial 6).
  • Teens


    Teens
    • For students entering 7th grade through 12th.
    • First, register online or at the library.
    • Each week (starting June 18), log into Summer Reading and report the number of minutes you've read. If it's over one hour, you are eligible to win the weekly prize.
    • If you read and report 6 hours by July 28th, you are eligible for the Grand Prize drawing and the party.
  • Adults


    Adults
    • Ages 19 +
    • First, register online or at the library.
    • Each week (starting June 18), log into Summer Reading and report the number of minutes you've read. If it's over one hour, you are eligible to win the weekly prize.
    • If you read and report 6 hours by July 28th, you are eligible for the Grand Prize drawing and the party.
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