Summer Read 2015: Then & Now at the Lisle Library
May 26, 2015 09:57AM ● Published by Katelyn Nelson
Kids:Children ages 2-12 will be challenged to read for 20 minutes a day. For every 120 minutes read, participants will receive coupons to great local establishments. Children who complete 1000 minutes of reading will also receive a free book to mark the accomplishment. Plus, ask about the "Baby Summer Reading Program!"
Teens:Teens who log four books or audiobook and complete one challenge are entitled to pick up a prize: a book of your choice, a set of earbuds, and a sweet treat. Plus each item you log, as well as each completed challenge, will count as a virtual ticket for our prize drawings!
Adults:For adults, the LIbrary is really going Retro with a shiny aluminum lunchbox for participants who log a minimum of four books and complete one challenge. Plus, each book or audiobook logged counts as a virtual ticket for the grand prize drawing at the end of Summer Read.
Don't miss the Summer Read Kick-Off party on Sat., June 6!Stop by the library between 11am and 1pm and enjoy ice cream from a Retro Good Humor Man (while supplies last) and live music from 60s group Ivory Tower! Join us for some 1960s-style fun.
More special 50th Anniversary Programs!
LLD Board President and College of DuPage Professor Richard Flint will take us back to 1965, the year the Library was founded. Mr. Flint will discuss historically significant events, incl... Read More »
LLD Board President and College of DuPage Professor Richard Flint, will present the second installment of A Look Back at 1965. Mr. Flint will cover the international news, including Vietn... Read More »
Rock & roll cover band Chunky Monkey will perform their "Stuck in the 60's for Life" show as part of our 50th Anniversary celebration. Come enjoy 1960's hits by The Beatles, The Four Seas... Read More »