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Summer Reading, fun, prizes, and events are all happening at the library next summer. Our theme will be “Read, Renew, Repeat.” Participants from pre-k to young adults will be encouraged to focus on conservation and self-improvement.
Our summer reading program “Find Your Voice!” ended on August 26. We had 63 young people participate this year. Events included a music program, crafting, bilingual story times, an author program, and of course, reading and exploring books. Congratulations to Owen, Journey, and Evie, whose names were drawn for the grand prizes. A special thank you goes out to Andy Bauer, Gabrielle Macrae, and Karen Weiss, who donated their time and talents to help provide fun and engaging events at the library. Thank you to Board Member Peggy Thom, who worked hard all year to help plan and manage the program and events. We had a lot of fun; we hope you did too, and can’t wait to see all our readers back next year.
Our 2022 Summer Reading Program “Read Beyond the Beaten Path” ended on August 31. Congratulations to Emelia, Genevieve, and Skylar, our winners of the grand prize drawings. Thank you to Erica and Jennifer at Child’s Play in Cannon Beach for donating a beautiful gift basket.
We’d also like to thank Hannah Buschert, Erik Ostrander, Mindy Hardwick, and Peggy Thom for donating their time and talents to help develop interesting and engaging programs for our summer readers. And finally, a big thank you to all the families who participated; we had 31 young readers join the program this year. We had a lot of fun – we hope you did too, and can’t wait to see you all back for next year’s program. Great job readers!
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