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Summer Reading Program Kids and Teens
Read for fun this summer and you could win big! The library is hosting our annual summer reading program for all ages! Children earn prizes for every eight books or two hours of reading up to 32 books/8hrs. Read more for more chances to win local gift certificates. Young Adults ages 11-18 earn free book prizes for every five hours read and the chance to win a weekly drawing. Participants do not need to register! Simply complete reading logs and then use the Reading Log Entry Google Forms to submit entries. Contact the library if you would prefer a paper reading log or would like help submitting your reading progress. Prize pick-ups arranged through google forms or by contacting the library. Visit www.mjcpl.org or the Summer Reading Facebook Page: JCPL Summer Reading for more details.at Madison Public Library
Grab & Go Crafts
Each week the library will have a different craft kit suitable for kids of all ages through our summer reading program. Simply sign up online using our event calendar a week in advance or call the library to reserve a kit. Themes include foam crowns, spinning tops, pinwheels, and more. Decide which library you would like to pick up your kit from when you register. Kits may be picked up from Tuesday through Friday/Saturday. Days and hours are dependent on the current library hours at each location. Check www.mjcpl.org or call 812/265-2744 for current library hours. Free.at Madison Public Library
"Imagine Your Story" Summer Reading at the Jefferson County Public Library
June 15th-July 25th 2020 Step 1: GET A READING LOG! 3 ways to get the log- Madison and Hanover locations www.mjcpl.org JCPL Summer Reading on Facebook Step 2: READ! Read any book you like and keep track of minutes read or books finished using the log for your age group. Audio and e-books count too! Prizes for the first 4 completed reading logs and drawing entries for up to 12 completed reading logs. Step 3: RECORD YOUR LOGS When you enter a finished log, you are automatically entered into a prize drawing and can arrange for reading prize pickup! Children's drawings weekly. Teen drawings depend on submissions. Step 4: PICK UP YOUR PRIZES! The form will ask where you would like to pick up your prizes. *CHECK OUT THE ACTIVITY CALENDAR FOR JUNE AND JULY ON FACEBOOK AT JCPL SUMMER READING* Main Library: 812-265-2744 Hanover Branch: 812-866-1470at Jefferson County Public Library
The state will stay in this stage for the next two weeks.