Teen Summer Reading Program
The Teen Summer Reading progragram includes programs each week and reading to earn prizes and chances for drawing. Students in grades 6-12 are eligible for this program.
Teens or their parents may register for the program at the adult Help Desk. At registration, they will receive a bag withsuggested reading lists, a schedule of events and cards to keep track of their summer reading.
Each resgitration packet will contain a first and second reading card. Each card will have ten icons, each representing one hour of reading. Once ten hours are read, return the card to the Help Desk for the following:
Read 10 Hours - receive a small prize and get your name in the end of summer grand prize drawing.
Read 20 hours - the first 100 teens to submit their second reading card will receive a t-shirt with the teen summer reading logo. The card will also go into the the end of summer grand prize drawing.
Read 30 or more hours - For every additional ten hours you read, you will earn two chances into the end of summer grand prize drawing.
Each Wednesday at 2 p.m., the library holds a program just for young adults. Programs include everything from concerts and cool science presentations to trendy craft projects and movie contests.
Grand Prize and Weekly Drawings
At each weekly program, names will be drawn from the submitted reading cards for small priozes like books and gift certificates. At the summer finale, all submitted cards and "bonus" cards will be compiled and winners for grand prizes will be drawn. The last two summers, we have given away Kindle Fires, provided by the Friends of the Library.