Winter Reading Board Game: Locked! In the Library

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Date/Time: January 11, 2023 - March 22, 2023 - 12:00 am

Don’t want to spend the winter being bored? Play our winter board game “Locked in the Library!” Pick up a gameboard at the library between Jan 11 – March 22, or download one online. All ages can play – adult and youth/child boards are available. Game Rules: Begin at “Start.” Complete the challenge, cross it off, then spin the wheel (at the library) to determine how far to move ahead. Be careful – you may move back. If you land on a challenge you’ve already done, move up one space. Collect prizes along the way; get out of the library to win the GRAND PRIZE!

Download Adult Library Board Game (PDF)

Download Youth/Child Library Board Game (PDF) 




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