Starting June 14, Whitefish Community Library’s Summer Reading Challenge begins its third decade of summer programming. Here’s the scoop:
Any one, any age, who reads or is read to, may participate in WCL’s Summer Reading Challenge.
SIGN UP: Sign up at Whitefish Community Library (WCL) to get a Summer Reading Challenge Number beginning June 14, 2021 and start tracking your reading. OR print a PDF of the Reading Log (available June 14). You will have to come into the library at some point to sign up for a number if you wish to enter tickets for prizes.
Download 2021 Summer Reading tracking log
READ AND TRACK! Keep track of the time you spend listening to or reading BOOKS* on your Summer Reading Challenge Log by coloring or marking off one book icon on the log for:
•15 minutes of reading if someone reads to you,
•20 minutes of reading if you read to yourself up to 9 years old,
•30 minutes of reading up to 12 years old, and
•1 hour of reading if older than 12.VISIT THE LIBRARY After you’ve completed one or more rows of the log, bring it to the library. You’ll get a ticket for the Prize Drawing and a cobblestone sticker for the Pave The Way! mural to benefit Whitefish Community Center’s Meals on Wheels.
LAST DAY TO GET PRIZE TICKETS: Saturday, August 14, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. We will not be able to enter tickets after that.
PRIZE DRAWINGS [AKA “end-of-Challenge Prizes”]: Tuesday, August 17. Winners will be notified that day. There is a limit of 1 prize per person (This will be the first prize for which your name is drawn.)
PAVE THE WAY! Whitefish Credit Union is sponsoring cobblestone stickers. The stickers build a road on the Pave The Way! mural posted in the library. Each cobblestone in the road means $1 donated to Whitefish Community Center’s Meals on Wheels delivery up to $500. Thanks, WCU!
*BOOKS = Any format that involves Reading: Fiction or nonfiction books, audiobooks, magazines, comic books, newspapers, and read-along kits. Items do not have to be library items, but must involve READING and may not be below the reader’s reading level.
For more info call the library at 406.862.9914