The Summer Reading has officially started at the Musser Public Library and HNI Community Center, and the library wants to make sure that patrons of all ages have all the information they need to participate.
“This summer we will have our usual online enrollment, virtual programs and performances, and an exciting new addition,” Pam Collins, Director of the Musser Public Library, said. The new addition is Reading Bingo with sheets provided to children and teens that will challenge them to try new and fascinating things, to learn, to earn prizes, and to even had the opportunity to be shown on television (Muscatine Cable Channel 5).
Get your read on, no matter what your age: https://musserpubliclibrary.beanstack.org/reader365
Additional information, bingo cards, sign-up link, and the virtual programming schedule for children is available at https://musserpubliclibrary.org/kids/kids-programming/
Access information about bingo cards for teens, activity details, and more is available at https://musserpubliclibrary.org/teens/
Children and teens can send documentation of their BINGO activities (i.e., drawings, photos, writings, or videos) for a chance to win prizes. The Library will give an extra drawing entry for each submission, and will show off submitted work on Facebook and Cable Channel 5 at their discretion.
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