Teen Summer Reading Program 2017
Teens aged 12-18 are invited to participate in the Georgetown Public Library’s “Build a Better World” Reading Challenge during summer 2017.
It’s easy: keep track of your reading this summer and be entered to win one of four awesome gift baskets: Art Geek, Book Lover, Music Lover, or Random Awesomeness. The more you read, the more chances you’ll have to win! Reading materials include books, magazines, newspapers, graphic novels, manga, audio books, and e-books.
Pick up a Teen Summer Reading Bingo sheet at the library, or print the one shown below. Each square you fill out will earn you one entry into the prize drawing. Come to the library to collect your tickets at teen events or from the Children’s Desk.
Fill out five squares in a row to earn an invitation to the exclusive Teen Summer Reading finale party, Late Night at the Library, on Friday, July 28 from 6 pm to midnight.
If you complete the entire card, continue to keep track of your reading to earn additional prize entries! Mark off one square on the back of the card for every 30 minutes that you spend reading after you’ve completed the front of the card.
The last day to collect your reading tickets will be Wednesday, July 26. The grand prize winners will be announced on July 28, 2017 at the Teen Summer Reading Finale.
On Wednesdays and Fridays during June and July, teens are invited to the library for games, crafts, movies, hanging out, delicious snacks, and FUN. Make the world a better place by being yourself this summer at the Georgetown Public Library.
The Teen Summer Reading Program kicks off on Friday, June 2, at 3 pm with laser tag, pizza, and an ice cream sundae bar.
Teen events start at 3:00 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays, June 2 – July 28 and are held in the upstairs meeting rooms, unless otherwise specified. All activities are free and open to teens 12-18 years old. No registration is required for teen events unless otherwise noted.
Check the Teen Space blog or see the events calendar for more information on individual programs.
For more information contact Teen Services Librarian Melissa Mote at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 819-3132.