Adult Summer Reading Program:
Follow Your Dreams
June 4-August 4, 2012
You must be 18 or over to participate.
Begin reading or listening to fiction or non-fiction the month of June. Sign up for the summer reading program at the Information Desk. Get a free tote bag when you register, while supplies last.
For each book you finish, complete one entry form. Fill out two entry forms for books 500 pages or longer. short reviews are encouraged but not required. The book review portion of the entries will be posted in the library so that others can read your reviews. Participant names will NOT be posted with the reviews.Extra copies of the entry form are available at the library or may be printed from our website at: Adult Summer Reading Program Prize Entry Form
Parents as Reading Partners
Parents/guardians reading to their children can count the same hours of reading toward books in the adult program. Four hours equals one book.
Each completed form is eligible for weekly prize drawings. (One weekly prize per person.) All entries not drawn for the weekly prize will be eligible for the grand prize drawing. The more you read the better your chances are to win. Winners will be notified by phone or email.
Entries may be turned in at the library between June 11 and August 4, 2011. Weekly prize drawings are drawn Fridays beginning June 15th and a grand prize drawing on Tuesday, August 7th. Winners select their prize at the Information Desk.
This year's grand prize is a Kindle Touch.
Armchair Travel: Peru
June 14, 6:30pm Sue Ames Room.
Join Gary & Susan Howards as they talk about their travels and show pictures of Peru. Call 835-3656 or email email@example.com to register.
Dark Tales of Mystery and Intrigue
June 19, 7:00-8:00 pm, Sue Ames Room.
An interactive performance spotlighting gothic authors Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, P.C. Cast, and more!! Be prepared for strange phenomenon. Call 835-3656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Canning with Confidence
July 17, 6-7:30pm, Sue Ames Room.
Enjoy your summer fruits and vegetables in winter with canning. Cynthia DiCamelli will show you the prep and what all stages of canning tomatoes look like.
Call 835-3656 or email email@example.com to register.
Oregon Public Library GoodReads webpage.
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 Good Reads page of our website.
Summer Reading Program Book Review Binder
Read fellow readers’ reviews, located on the New Books shelf in the library.
Dear Reader is an online book club. Monday through Friday, you will receive a five-minute selection from the first 2-3 chapters of a book in your email. Each Monday 12 new books begin.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
The 2012 program is supported by the generous donations of the following businesses and organizations: