Winter Reading Programs For Kids + Adults Begin In January At Superior Library
Nothing helps cure Cabin Fever better than a good book. And for those who love to read, here's a great way to stay challenged and get rewarded at the same time. The Superior Public Library is bringing back their Winter Reading Program for another year of fun. Once again this year, there are options for both kids and adults.
The Winter Reading Program gets underway on Thursday, January 1, 2020. There are prizes and incentives for all ages:
Kids & Teens: Pick up a Bingo Reading Card at the Youth Services Desk. Then, read books all winter long - marking your progress - to earn prizes along the way.
Adults: This program is back for the second straight year. Reading logs are available at the Circulation Desk. Read five books by the end of March 2020 and you'll get a Superior Public Library tote bag and be entered in to win a variety of prizes in the drawing happening at the end of the program. Participants are encouraged to read beyond the five minimum; for each additional five books read, they'll get an extra entry in for the drawing. Prizes up for grabs in the adult program include certificates from Big Top Chautauqua, Twisted Pastries, VIP, 7 West Tap House, and more.
The Winter Reading Program ends on March 31, 2020.