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Date/Time: January 15, 2024 - March 22, 2024 - 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Play our Winter Reading Trivia Challenge through March 29. Complete reading challenges, answer trivia questions, and win prizes. Boards are available for both adults and youth. Cash in points along the way to win book-themed prizes. The highest cumulative scores at the end win one of two grand prizes – a gift certificate to the CB Book Company, or a family membership to the CB History Center.

  • Pick up a game board from the library or download one here:

ADULT Winter Reading Trivia Challenge         YOUTH Winter Reading Trivia Challenge

  • Complete each reading challenge (in any order) to receive a trivia question. One book counts towards one challenge.
  • Trivia questions are given at the library circulation desk and are answered on the spot – no cell phones are allowed!
  • Participants give themselves one point for an incorrect answer and 2 points for a correct answer.
  • Cash in points along the way to win cool prizes (listed below). The highest cumulative scores at the end wins the grand prizes!

*Participants can play online pop-up quizzes for bonus points. A link to the pop-up quizzes will be announced on Facebook and via email. Each quiz supports 20 participants, so act fast to play for a chance to win more points.

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