The community that reads together, succeeds together!
The Flint Public Library is sponsoring a town wide community reading event beginning in March. We have received a federal grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to promote reading and build community ties. The Flint Library will be partnering with many community groups to sponsor reading events. We are hoping to have as many adults, teens and children participate as possible in reading the same book or books on the same subject. Our theme is Middleton's farming heritage past and present and supporting local businesses and agriculture. Please join us for the following events.
Summer Reading Programs begin June 26!
"Have a Dairy Good Summer"
K- 6th Grade
Earn fun prizes and coupons for ice cream or a free book while you do your summer reading assignments.
Read 5 squares in a row and win a Book Bingo prize!
"Read For a Reason"
Earn real money to support Nevins Farm which rescues and cares for farm animals!
"Teen Open Mic Night"
Do you enjoy singing along to your favorite song? Have a short story or poem you would like to share? Then don't miss this night of music, fun and laughter! Refreshments will be served. Sign-up begins June 27!
More details at the library on June 26. Support the Community Read Program 2013 by participating in one of these summer reading programs.
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