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It’s a dark and stormy night. Not to mention cold. Survive and thrive during the season with great books and the library’s winter reading program. Complete book-related activities on a bingo sheet. Submit the sheet. Win prizes. Wait for spring.

Winter Reading Events:

  • Saturday Crafternoon – Paint on a Book Page, Saturday, January 5, 1 – 3pm (registration required)
  • Meet Author Jacqueline West – Saturday, January 19, 11am (get a free ticket)
  • Dog Man Party – Saturday, January 26, 12:30 – 2:30pm
  • An Evening With Author Jim Guhl – Tuesday, February 5, 6:30pm
  • Harry Potter World Book Night – Thursday, February 7
  • “How Kids Changed the Civil Rights Movement” by Shelley Tougas, author of Little Rock Girl 1957 and Birmingham 1963. Sunday, February 10, 1pm (Please register)
  • “So You Want to Write for Kids and Teens” featuring Penguin Random House Editor Andrew Karre. Wednesday, February 20, 6:30-7:30pm

Winter Reading Program Begins – Cold Nights Hot Reads

January 3, 2019
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