Summer Bingo & Books for Adults: Info and Registration

June 1 – August 30

This summer, WPL offers you a variety of ways to kick back, try something new, and join in the WPL community.  Register through WPL’s online events calendar or through Beanstack to join us for some fun this summer!

GAMES: If you like games, play with us!

  • Download one of the three attached or request a BINGO card from WPL, complete 5 squares in a row, turn in the card (put in our book drop or email a picture to library@wpl.org), and be entered to win a monthly prize.  After finishing the first card, feel free to complete another  – watch for more cards as the summer continues!    BINGO Card #1    BINGO Card #2     BINGO  Card #3
  • Keep your eyes open for WPL’s online game nights this summer.
  • Our first “Home-Made Grab & Go Craft” available for pick-up June 18th is a make-at-home backgammon board.  We provide the supplies and instructions, you create!  Register here for a pick-up kit available June 18; supplies are limited so sign-up today.

 

READ: Jump in and read with us this summer – you choose how:)

Read

  • whatever you want – just read! And maybe submit a book review?
  • along with the 2020 Reading Challenge – need a recommendation? Search our library catalog online, type in “June Reading Challenge” to find books that we’ve marked for June’s Pulitzer challenge.  
  • WPL’s book discussion books – check out WPL’s online calendar for books, dates, and times.
  • WPL’s summer ebook big read – SO SORRY BUT OVERDRIVE HAS ANNOUNCED THAT THIS BIG READ IS DELAYED UNTIL AUGUST: the ebook The Darwin Affair by Tim Mason will be available through Overdrive without wait to all. Read the book and participate in our online book chat at wpl.org. This book qualifies for the 2020 Reading Challenge book for July.
  • something new by checking WPL reviews and recommendations on goodreads, YouTube, or wpl.org
  • track your books on Beanstack – WPL’s online reading tracking – and Beanstack will recommend books for you!  Sign up for this summer’s WPL Beanstack program for adults and 

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