2014 Summer Reading Program for Grownups
Escape the Ordinary
June 8 through July 25
It's time for the summer reading program for grownups and the program is simple:
- Read Books (or listen to them)
- Get Prizes
This year's theme is Escape the Ordinary. We will have a list of book ideas but there are no required books. You can read fiction or non-fiction. You can read the books or listen to them. Then bring your sheet each time you come to the Library. We will mark your progress and you will get prizes!
Each time you report the books you have read you can enter your name in our weekly drawing for one of many fun prizes donated by local businesses! We will be giving away drawing prizes EACH WEEK!
Prizes will be awarded as follows:
- Read/listen 5 books: get a library flashlight.
- Read/listen 10 books: get a certificate for a FREE bag of books at the Friends of the library book sale July 24 & 25.
Our program is made possible by donations from the following businesses and organizations:
We appreciate the support of these local businesses!
In addition, this year we will have a final drawing. You can get an entry in the final drawing each book recommendation you submit! Final drawing prizes will include two $25 gift cards from the Velveteen Rabbit and two $25 Chamber Bucks.
- The Friends of the Library
- Beauty and the Bean
- Crimson Salon and Spa
- Fireside Gift Shops
- Kwik Trip
- Pick & Save
Other Summer Programs at the Library:
- June 3 6:30 pm - Getting to Know Medicare
- June 4 10 am - Getting to Know Medicare
- June 10 1:30 pm - Barn Stories
- June 10 6:30 pm - Social Security Information Session
- June 12, Noon - Book Chat, librarian recommendations, talk about what you are reading
- June 24, 6 pm - Annuities: What Are They? Are They Safe?
- July 4 - Library is CLOSED
- July 10, Noon - Book Chat, librarian recommendations, talk about what you are reading
- July 11, 1 pm - Author Elizabeth Fixmer book reading and signing
- July 24 and 25 - Friends of the Library book sale
- July 25 - Author David Rosenfeld program
For more information stop by the library or call Amy at (920) 563-7790.