Adult Summer Library Program
June 5- August 12, 2017
This program is open to readers ages 18 and up living in or visiting the Oregon area. Register at the Library.
There are three ways to participate:
- Read or listen to a book.
- Complete 30 minutes of reading and 2 of the activities listed in the brochure (or see below).
- Be a reading partner:
Read to family or friends for three hours. (One Child's level completed = 3 hours)
Complete 30 minutes of reading and 2 of activities listed below, then fill out an Adult entry slip.
- Sign up for the Library Buzz e-newsletter
- Attend a library program
- Fill out a Patron Picks bookmark
- Check out a book reviewed in Bookpage (free, available in lobby)
- Check out a magazine
- Check out a library Kindle (with pre-loaded titles)
- Check out an author new to you
- Check out a DIY book
- Check out an audio book
- Try out the Overdrive App (ebooks & e-audiobooks)
- Check out a movie & the book it was based on
- Check out a cake pan
- Check out a book that is set in a foreign land
- Check out a graphic novel
- Try out an online resource: www.oregonpubliclibrary.org/internet-resources
(with your library card); examples include:
- Relaxation Prize Basket
- $50.00 gift card (iTunes, Amazon, or gift card of your choice, depending on availability in Oregon).
All programs are FREE and in the Sue Ames Room.
Monday, June 19, 6:30 pm
Do you want to select plants that will bloom and grow in your flower beds for many years? How do you start? Find out here, with Master Gardeners from UW-Extension.
Please Register online at: www.oregonpubliclibrary.org or call 835-3656.
Tuesday, July 11, 2 pm
Use nail polish to liven up and decorate notebooks, keys, rocks, and more! The Library provides the supplies. Projects are for ages 9 - adult.
Thursday, July 13, 6:30 pm
Attention all birders! Attract more migratory and nesting birds to your backyard, with expert Diane Packett from the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin.
Monday, July 31, 6:00 pm
Planning that next vacation? Where should you go next? Experiencing new places is exciting, but a pain to plan! Discover the top travel destinations and travel planning tips.
LEGO fanatics bring their creations to the Library and have a chance to win prizes.
Registration required to compete, but everyone is welcome to view the creations.
Judging categories are: Grades K-1, Grades 2-3, Grades 4-6, Teen/Adult, and Team/Family.
Free resources to find a good read
Novelist Plus. Find descriptive author, title and series information about your favorite books.
OREReads. What are book clubs reading? What is next in your favorite series? Want to put your book collection or reading list online? You can find all these and more in our OREReads page of our website.