Daviess County Public Library Winter Reading Program Begins Today

Daviess County Public Library Winter Reading Program Begins Today

Posted: Dec 1, 2020 12:49 PM
Updated: Dec 1, 2020 4:22 PM

Today starts the Daviess County Public Library Winter Reading Program.

Beginning today through January 31st of 2021, participants can register for the Winter Reading Program.

Each participant will need to log in their reading hours, to get entries for drawings and a opportunity to win the grand prize.

Prize drawings will be weekly for all categories and for each hour spent reading.

The participant name will be enter into a Grand Prize drawing. The age categories include Children Ages 0-5, Children Ages 6-8, Children Ages 9-12, Teens, and Adults.

Prizes include children's games,literary themed gift baskets, movie night baskets. The grand prize for both age groups 6-8 and 9-12, is a Nintendo switch lite.

“We have a lot of questions about what counts as reading,” says Tiffani Henry, Public Relations Coordinator. “Earning hours is easy, simply read! Read a book, a magazine, a blog even a newspaper counts. We also count audio books, so if you love to listen to books those count too! So, if you are working from home, if the kids are learning from home take a break and read, log your hours and win great prizes!”

You can sign up at www.dcplibrary.org or visit the library.

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