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Read for Fun and Prizes with Summer Reading at the Library

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(St. Charles City-County Library press release)

The St. Charles City-County Library Summer Reading program, “A Universe of Stories”, is blasting off from May 20-August 1. Registration is open now in all library branches or online at myLibrary.org/SummerReading.

Readers of all ages are invited to complete a Summer Reading gameboard to earn prizes that are out of this world! Kids, teens, and adults can win space-themed prizes, plus free books and coupons for food and fun at local restaurants. Readers will also earn entries into this summer’s grand prize drawing, where a few lucky customers will win an iPad or a Nintendo Switch. Plus, participants can complete 10 game boards to earn a “Super Reader” yard sign that shares their reading accomplishments with the neighbors . . . and the planet.

Customers are encouraged to tour the Library galaxy for great books, special performances, and events for all ages including a coloring contest, bookmark design competition, science presentations, and live music. For those who typically visit just one Library branch in the St. Charles City-County Library galaxy, this year’s Galactic Tour will challenge them to explore the collections and events at many different Library branch locations. Participants who visit multiple locations and collect stamps in their Galactic Tour Books can win tasty treats and extra entries in the Summer Reading grand prize drawing.

Customers will be over the moon for “A Universe of Stories” at the Library! Find out more at myLibrary.org/SummerReading.

The St. Charles City-County Library District is your Kaleidoscope of Discovery. Over 2 million St. Charles County residents visit our 12 branch locations each year. Every day the Library is changing and evolving, offering new services and exciting events and classes for all ages, expanding the eLibrary collection, and enhancing our customers’ Library experience. For the latest on what’s happening, visit the Library’s website at www.myLibrary.org.

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