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July Events at Your Library

06/01/2012 05:27PM, Published by Anonymous, Categories:



Summer Reading Club 2012

June 4 - July 31, 2012

For kids, teens, and adults!

Children through grade 5, attend great story programs and earn prizes by reading during the “Dream Big” Summer Reading Club!

Teens in grades 6 - 12– “Own the Night” with the Teen Summer Reading Club. Enjoy programs on writing, crafts, movies, anime, and gaming. Complete a Reader's Log for a water bottle, and a chance to win a gift certificate. Complete a second log to receive a star key chain.

Adults, receive a sling backpack and be entered into a prize drawing, just by reading five books and completing a Reader's Log.

To participate, pick up a Summer Reading Club packet at any library location starting on June 4. Funding for the Summer Reading Club is provided by the Friends of the Cumberland County Public Library & Information Center, Inc.

All giveaways are limited to one per person while supplies last.

View all July events here.



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